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Old 08-13-2019, 05:44 PM   #71
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I line up the center of my windshield wiper with the white line (or the edge of the road) and that puts my rear tires about one foot inside the white line (or the edge of the road). I hate when it rains, then I have my wife navigate. 😬
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Old 08-13-2019, 06:02 PM   #72
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My Wife is the best app. She never hesitates to let me know exactly when it happens. She’s very dependable and doesn’t require data
Lol, that's awesome "CLIFFTALL", I had to read your reply to my wife and we couldn't stop laughing because it is so true for us too. There is no better app for sure. Thanks for making our afternoon
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Old 08-13-2019, 09:17 PM   #73
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One more tip. Very important. DRIVE AROUND HOME ON ROADS YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH UNTIL YOU ARE REASONABLY COMFORTABLE WITH THE SIZE OF YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE YOU VENTURE OUT AMONG US. Seriously, not trying to be a wiseguy.
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One more tip. Very important. DRIVE AROUND HOME ON ROADS YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH UNTIL YOU ARE REASONABLY COMFORTABLE WITH THE SIZE OF YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE YOU VENTURE OUT AMONG US. Seriously, not trying to be a wiseguy.

And if you can find a road where traffic will let up, stop in the center of lane, prefered at a line. Get out and look. Are you really in the center? At the line? And how much wider the lane is than MH.
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