So my wife and I got stuck in Snowmageddon, the biggest snowstorm in 20 years in Minneapolis, last night. A helpful stranger tried to aid me in pushing the car out of the snow, but my wife at the wheel had no luck gaining traction. She floored the pedal to a point where the car filled with smoke and the smell of burning rubber.
<br/> I've taken a look at the tires and they don't appear to be too bad, but the interior of the car still has a noxious smell of burnt rubber. I have 2 questions.
<br/> 1. Is it likely that we damaged the car in any way that needs repairs?
<br/> 2. Does anyone have a suggestion for getting the smell out? (Keep in mind it's 13 below zero tonight.)