I've been dead careful in the snow, not careful enough, though. I "found" the kerb on my way home in ridiculous Essex snow last night, steering felt fine afterwards so I thought I had got away with it. However, negotiating my way to work this morning, above 45 mph theres a serious oscillation from the front n/s, which causes the front passenger seat and the rest of the car to vibrate badly. It's more of an oscillation than a vibration, not the sort of thing you'd get from throwing a balance weight or similar. Bugger. Means I need to spend money. I'm hoping I've just bent a wheel or something. The steering feels fine, the geometry looks ok without going under the car and probing further, and you only notice it above 40. I'm hopefully getting it on the ramp later and looking at it with a Mercedes-Benz Teknishun (sic). Any pre-emptive ideas? Cheers.