Originally Posted by just_ride
I just traded a Vortex Toy Hauler 2500 SRD in for a 2008 Georgetown SE 350DS. I was towing the toy hauler with a Ford Excursion. I did not have to much trouble keeping the Excursion and toy hauler in one lane. Now that I have moved to a class A I am having a little trouble judging the MH position in the lane. The question is how can I judge where I am in the lane with my class A MH. I have though about putting a line or dot on the front window. In the Excursion or other cars I use the hood line on the driver side. I know I will get the feel of where I am in time but until then I can use some other ideas. Thanks
Welcome to the crowd. I looked at the SE 350DS, but couldn't make a deal on it. Very nice layout compared to my SE 315 DS, I am sure you will enjoy it.
The easiest thing to do is go by the center divider in the windshield. I am good with mine now, but it took me a couple of drives to get the hang of it. Looking from the driver's position, I like to keep the divider about 2-3 inches left of the right hand side of the road, more if I am on a narrow backroad (just have to watch for oncoming traffic tho to give 'em room). Once you drive it a few times and look to see how far from the center line you are in your left mirror, you can adjust that 2-3 inches to suit yourself. Not much different that driving off the center of your car or truck. Have fun!