It has become the 4–10 second rule — but many drivers still appear comfortable with quarter second reaction times on the road

Driving in Alaska will put well reasoned and methodical safe driving behavior to the ultimate test. Distracted and dangerous drivers are well aware of their actions and the potential hazards, forsaking them for poorly excused entitlements, but are just as aware of how many accidents there are and how they affect our community. So what insight can each of us share, regardless of how we drive, to see a long lasting reduction in the amount of fatal accidents and ditch diving.


Photographer, writer, tech developer and outdoor enthusiast living in Eagle River, Alaska.

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