I'm saying that I take advantage of having ABS in the snow, but for summer driving (I live in NY), its just not worth it. I'm asking this question because in my bronco, when I pulled the fuse, it also prevented the transmission from shifting. There was a relay that needed to be pulled to properly disable the ABS. On my grand cherokee, it was just a fuse. The durango has a relay under the hood that's marked ABS, and I'm wondering if this is the correct way to disable it. I don't want to get into an arguement between which is better, but I will say that I learned how to drive on cars that didn't have ABS, and feel more comfortable when its disabled. I've nearly gotten into more than a few accidents, and one actual accident, solely because the ABS kicked in for no apparent reason, other than a pot hole or something.patryn said:despite ou2mame citing the wrong reasons, such as snow which abs increases stopping distance.