I hate drains, so this is interesting.
Edit: Just realized that freezing will probably break the concrete. So not a solution here up north.
Edit 2: Turns out they have thought about that:
Q: What about freeze-thaw issues?
A: Pervious concrete has been placed in freeze-thaw climates for over 15 years.
Successful applications of pervious concrete in freeze-thaw environments have
two common design features– the cement paste is air-entrained, and the
pervious concrete is placed on 6–12 inches of drainable aggregate base (¾” or
larger clean gravel)