There was much too much snow to have bothered with salt (and I couldn't find the stuff, anyway), so the bottom layer of the snow ended up melting and refreezing. Shoveling snow isn't that bad, breaking up sheets of ice is the real pain.
I managed to find the salt bucket; someone had moved it to the garage and didn't tell me. They also didn't seal it properly, so the whole top layer was one solid mass. It took a lot of pounding with a screwdriver to break it into semi-usable chunks.
One of the neighbors plowed our driveway this morning. Unfortunately, the front gate was closed, so he stopped there and turned around. Now there's a big mound of snow in front of the gate and the remaining 200 or so feet of driveway inside the gate still has 1-2 feet of snow. At least now the UPS truck can pull up to the gate.
No chance in hell of getting my car out of the garage for at least a week. With super-wide, nearly worn-out ultra-high-performance tires and no Positraction, I'd get stuck within a few feet if I tried to pull out.