If this is the case then there will be a cutout in the bumper area such as this
You remove this with the tire tool edge or a pocket knife, screwdriver or even a coin. You then screw the eyebolt in. If you knew the possibility was high of getting stuck and you don’t have the close contact sensors you could screw it in beforehand. Some car sensors pick up the device and sound an alarm.
I suggest you learn this before it happens and also get yourself a tow strap. Many people willing to help pull you out require you to hook your side of the vehicle up so your responsible for any damage. Done correctly it should be none to minimal.
A few weeks ago, we had a warm spell, into the upper 30s. Then back down into the single and even negatives (was -8 at 0200 this morning). Turned the drive into a sheet of ice.
Yesterday went to back out of the drive, the truck slide sideways into a snow bank.
Thing with when snow gets warm (in the 30s), then back down into the single digits, it forms a crust that can be one to 4 inches thick. It is thick and strong enough to support my full weight . . . or, prevent a truck from getting out, even in 4x4Low. Neighbor had to use his truck to pull me out.