Before driving on a new road, we carefully study satellite images, radar data, and observe how the snow is sliding down the mountains. Then we drive along the road and scan the area to find the best path between the cracks, which is quite difficult to work out, because, in many places, cars can easily get through, but heavily loaded sleds no longer can. Even a person can’t get through. But we also drive very slowly, at a speed of 6-8 kilometers per hour, while keeping an eye on the scanner data. If you need to venture into this area, then it is imperative to tie yourself to the car with a safety rope, and only leave it if you have no other option.