While exiting my subdivision this morning a large patch of ice had froze on the subdivision road about 15 feet from where it meets with the main highway. The road is on a incline and I was riding the brakes lightly. When my truck was on the ice the ABS kicked in and would not release even when all four tires were back on dry road. I entered out into the main highway and had no braking control. If a coal truck would had been coming, I'd be dead right now. A similar situation happened to me last year. I guess it's time to pull the fuse on the ABS before I end up dead. There has to be some kind of flaw with the design of that system!
Update: I pulled the #42-50amp ABS fuse. I drove across the same patch of ice this morning and all is well now.