I love watching Ice Road Truckers. But I think they tend to exaggerate the danger to enhance ratings. But it is still entertaining. We have about 60-80 drivers ( just quessing ) that go over Donner Pass ( ele 7800 feet ) everyday and night from Reno to Sacramento and points west and it can get pretty downright dangerous on winter storm nights. There are a lot more truckers killed on this pass every year than in the whole history of the ice road up near Yellowknife . ( i checked , not quessing) I like talking to drivers from other companies and one night I stopped for coffee and there were about 5-6 drivers standing outside the store BSing so i got my coffee and joined them for a minute. They got around to talking about chain nights and snowstorms ,etc, and one of the drivers said "Everyone knows you UPS drivers are the "Kings of This Hill". ( when it comes to chaining and handling dangerous conditions) kind of made me feel good. I think a lot of us could handle "Ice Road Trucking "