I thought this warning was initially exaggeraged, but not now. I thought you could drive summer tires in the winter, but just had to be careful and expect loss of traction.....never thought the rubber could split. I share the same concern as collins motorsport in that my garage is not climate controlled, so the temps inside will easily dip into the 30's or lower when the peak of winter arrives. So, I guess the best the average owner cold do is just move the car in neutral a few inches each week until the temps get above 40.
Also, the first ZL1s will be delivered in the winter months, so how is the owner going to transport the car home???