Greetings to all! Well, winter is here and we have had a few dustings of snow in Philadelphia. My 2012 EX is not making me happy nor do I feel reassured when my wife and children are in it due to the VERY POOR Traction Control , or should I say LACKING Traction Control it is said to have. Today, for instance. I took my son to work. His workplace has a long and climbing driveway. At a near standstill from the bottom coming off a treated road, I climbed about 100 feet and started to slide to the left. The TAC pulsated but did not right our route of travel nor did it give me any more TRACTION. I had to stop, roll back down the drive and try again this time with moderate acceleration. The cars front right "traction-torque" tire spins and pulls to the right but the vehicle slides to the left.(CRAZY). The vehicle stays somewhat straight but is not in a true line of travel. Any parked cars could have been compromised from my sliding. My tires have more then 80% tread and have proper inflation. This has happen on wet roads too. Anyone else out there experience this LACK of performance during critical driving conditions? Any insight would help. Thanks!