Seen a bunch of boats on the road this morning, so I thought a couple of reminders might be in order.
1st make sure your lights are working, espcially brake lights...please>>> Also double check your tied on loads, fuel cans (I have recovered 7 cans in the last day or so, most with fuel, from the bridges to Anchorage and quite a few at the top of the hill before North Eagle river exit), zodiacs, rods/nets, life jackets and I have even picked up a flare kit.....was new. Some may want to consider strapping or bracing their outboards as I seen a few flopping around pretty hard crossing a couple of good bumps before Eagle River inbound.
Next for those with oversize loads. Signs both front and back. Don't forget to get your blinky light on the roof.
The last thing is remember that there are "No Movement" restrictions Monday thru Friday from the Glenn hwy weigh station to the Potter Marsh weigh station. Times vary slightly based on size, but for most of us at 10 feet and under 7-8AM, 11:30AM–1PM and 4:30 to 6 pm Monday thru Friday. The other one to remember is "No Movement": 6-8AM, 11:30AM-1PM & 4:30-6PM M-F in Mat-Su area: Jct Glenn/Parks to MP 49.5 Glenn Hwy & to MP 52.3 Parks Hwy.
So as not to exclude our Farther North Forum Members: No movement: 7-8AM & 4:30-6PM M-F in Fairbanks urban area(s). No movement: 11:30AM-1PM in Fairbanks urban area.
Most of what I posted is what I seen this morning during a trip to Anchorage from Eagle river and back.