So I was doing one of those lovely DIAD training exercises the other morning.. I am guessing the other drivers here on BC probably did the same one. Or maybe they do different ones at different times in different regions, I don't know.. But anyway in one of them it talked about that if you come up on an accident that you should not stop to assist but should continue on to a safe location then you can stop and call for help. So if I see an accident happen in front of me on the highway I should leave the scene? I can see that on a YouTube video! (Caption: "UPS truck drives around carnage, continues with deliveries!") Last time I had this happen to me I was driving back to center from town about 40 miles out. I'm coming back on our one freeway in a light snow. A car about a quarter mile in front of me starts fishtailing and ends up spinning into the snowy median. No other vehicle was involved. I pulled over and put the hazards on and went to the car. The elderly couple inside were both seatbelted and both were shaken but uninjured. The car was hopelessly stuck in the snow. The driver was already on his cell calling for help when I got to the car. He thanked me for stopping but said help was on the way and they were fine. So I continued on to the center. I can't imagine driving on without stopping after watching them spin out. Thoughts?