Normally my traction control works fine. I have one problem with it. In the snow, if I'm fully stopped and about to pull out onto a street or something I have to shut it off. Why? Well if I don't, the TCS registers no traction to any wheel if they are all slipping and provides no power to any and all wheels, this is especially noticeable if plows have come through on the street leaving snow piles on the side of the road. I start pulling out, all wheels slip, no traction, TCS disables all wheels, and I'm not moving. If I turn off the TCS, all is fine. Anyone else notice this? Shouldn't TCS only be enabled at speed?