Iím going to be driving to Alaska starting May 1st via the Alaska Highway on the way up and the Cassiar and Cariboo Highways coming back during mid-June. I have a long time friend whoís lived in Anchorage since the mid-1970ís. He suggested driving up in May to avoid at least some of the mosquito hordes the Great White North is so noted for. Iíve been reading the Milepost etc but Iím wondering if I need to take an extra 5 gallon gas can or two of fuel. Iíll be driving a 2005 4 cyl Dodge Caravan that has a 20 gallon gas tank. Based on many road trips I can rely on the Caravan getting about 25mpg, giving me a fairly reliable 400 mile range before the low fuel light comes on. Will that be adequate during May through mid-June?
Thanks in advance for your help and insight into this question.