>No, it means you shouldn't estimate your driving time based on best road
>conditions, but rather, on near-WORST road conditions.
Disagree (still). To beat the analogy into a pulp, you should estimate your
driving time based on realistic road conditions -- no sense planning for
near-worst road conditions, really. I can't see carrying chains to Reno in
July, just in case a blizzard rolls in and closes Truckie pass.
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