Driving means flirting with death
Living in Alaska means preparing for the very worst. A blizzard can appear from thin air, limiting your visibility to zero and forcing you to pull over. You should also keep a sack of cat litter in your trunk since you never know when your car’s tires will get stuck in the snow.
Driving in Alaska can be pretty dangerous. We don’t mean that you can get into accidents, though that’s never out of the question. Not only are the roads covered in black ice, but you might come across a group of horses, moose, or bears that are chilling on the pavement. Honking your horn might get them to move, or you might end up intimidating them.