Having grown up in upstate NY I learned to drive in snow and am very familiar with the nuance of behaviors that cars present in the range of conditions from dry flakes/wet clumps/ice fog/freezing rain/blizzards, etc. One of the concerns I had about getting a Kona (or any car with regen braking) is how it affects a cars stability on iced roads. For example...driving in heavy traffic and icy conditions often requires abrupt responses to avoid someone else who's lost control in front of you. If I let off the accelerator pedal rapidly is the regen braking going to put me into a similar spin? Do people adjust the level of regen to lower settings when it gets slippery to avoid wheel slip? Has anyone had experience with regen braking causing problems like this or is it a non-issue? Just curious since the temps are now getting below 20°F and snow is predicted next week.