From the bloggers at RV Life.
Maneuvering an RV can be stressful for many travelers. Select campgrounds, gas stations, even narrow country roads and urban streets present challenges in your RV. However, regardless of the situation, finding yourself in tricky situations and getting through it are all part of the learning curve of RV travel, whether you’re seasoned RVer or a newbie.
No matter where your travels take you, side mirrors should be set so you can see a little bit of the side of your RV, immediately behind you and the lane next to you.
Become More Comfortable Maneuvering Your RV:
- Every morning before you hit the road, be sure to check that your mirrors are properly set and clean. Your mirrors should be set so you can see a little bit of the side of your RV, immediately behind you and the lane next to you. This minimizes blind spots as much as possible.
- While you’re on the highway slow down and drive defensively. Always leave extra space between you and vehicles in front of you. Also, remember your length of your RV when changing lanes.
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