We travelled to Alaska, on the Alaska Highway, there is no other road, in early June 2016. Came home on that same road late August 2016. If you SLOW DOWN you will fare better. Those who passed us at an unreasonable rate of speed were many times seen again, on the roadside, in trouble.
The road has almost no asphalt paving, it is tar and chip, there are no support services to accommodate asphalt industry. You will find areas that are 30 feet or more built up from the original roadbed from yearly repairs. When weather starts to warm, sunshine on the road surface causes it to heave. Those heaves can be 2 to 3 to 5 feet apart or 10 to 20 feet apart, or much more, there is no way to calculate the distance or the heights. Looking ahead while driving you will see the lines weave back and forth, snakelike, as a warning that you are about to encounter turbulence. If the state has been ahead of you you may see a cone or brightly painted stake to warn you of rough road, start and end. In the fall the road is actually better because the crews have graded and rolled the surface flat. It will be very dusty though, or very muddy because they are attempting to settle the dust. There will always be construction, starts/stops.Whatever the inconvenience, it is a worthwhile trip. We plan to do it again. It is wild, beautiful country. That trip was 17,300 mile, 163 days. No flat tires, bent axles, broken shocks or any other damaged parts, truck or trailer! 5 oil changes, 4 fuel filters, 3 air filters, just staying ahead of trouble. We had no schedule, others may not be that fortunate.
My best advice is to not try to keep a schedule that says "X" number of miles per day or else. Or else will cost money. We saw all manner of RV's with every conceivable problem, most caused by the driver.
Go over your rig with a fine toothed comb. Tighten every screw, nut and bolt, fastener, inside and outside, you can find. Make sure of running gear, brakes, tires, lug nuts, wiring, bearings, hitch components, anything and everything. Schedule layovers/down time on the road to check it over and again.
If you have the opportunity, by all means, go. You will never regret the trip.
Once again, SLOW DOWN.
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