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    • Be Careful: Avoid Losing Control In The Rain

      Be Careful: Avoid Losing Control In The Rain

      Fairbanks is on course to have the largest rainfall numbers in the past 100 years. It is time to slow down on the roads, get better wipers, and ALWAYS [...]
    • Denali Park Hit-and-Run

      Denali Park Hit-and-Run

      The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports Gitte Stryhn, 56, was found dead in the ditch along Coal Street off Healy Spur Road just before 7 a.m. It appears [...]
    • Car Crashes On Parks Highway – Crossing Center-line

      Car Crashes On Parks Highway – Crossing Center-line

      More and more crashes are occurring on the Parks Highway. Most seem to arise because a driver crosses the center-line. Here is the related law. [...]
    • Alaskan Hit And Run Rules Of The Road – Alto

      Alaskan Hit And Run Rules Of The Road – Alto

      The Troopers report that Frank Alto of Soldotna hit the lower left part of a female pedestrian in his 2001 Ford Taurus – and fled the scene. [...]
    • Why Not Just Ask?

      Why Not Just Ask?

      Spring has sprung in interior Alaska – Fairbanks. The roads are horrible. Snow berms melt during the day – and freeze as the sun sets. [...]
    • The Seward Highway Needs Fixed

      The Seward Highway Needs Fixed

      Alaskan roads are normally dangerous – just like in every other state. Every now and then though a particular stretch stands out as being [...]
    • Following Too Closely In Alaska – New Crashes Involved

      Following Too Closely In Alaska – New Crashes Involved

      It rained a few weeks ago in interior Alaska, and has been cold ever since. Interior roads – particularly the Richardson, Steese and Parks [...]
    • Why Talking To Insurance Adjusters After A Crash Is Dumb

      Why Talking To Insurance Adjusters After A Crash Is Dumb

      If you read or watch the news, you've probably heard of shaken baby syndrome. Rather than count to five, meditate, leave the room, or take another [...]
    • It Is -40F Out There: Stay Home

      It Is -40F Out There: Stay Home

      Seriously, is WHATEVER you have to do so important that you are willing to risk your life on Alaskan roads at -40F? Stay home. Tomorrow is another [...]
    • Staying On The Alaskan Road

      Staying On The Alaskan Road

      My brother died in a car crash. He was a restrained front-seat passenger in a Corvette, driven by his friend. His friend hit a puddle, lost control [...]