Originally Posted by pondlady
Getting that rig backed into a 10' wide driveway from a tiny county road with ditches on both sides was a stress producer. .
If you think that is stressfull, you may have problems just getting gas in your rig on your trip.
I know you guys are new at this, but you have to practice. Driving around uncomfortable is not going to make your experience enjoyable?
Not trying to be a big fat meany head, but if you travel you are gonna run into things that are gonna stress out the less experienced and some that will stress out anybody. You have a two person team. Use it to your advantage. Get radios if it helps communicate.
Honestly, the angle you guys put that pad in is perfect for backing her right in off the roadway. That is why I was so suprised you said you were gonna pull straight into it.
Good luck on your trip out there Jan and stay safe.
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