Taking a right-hand turn in an RV can be a daunting task for new drivers. Ditches, road signs and other impediments instill fear in every first-timer. But here’s a word of advice: relax. We’ve all been there, and after a few times of slow steering and nervous sweats, you’ll have it figured out and can stop worrying about it! In this quick lesson, Dave Solberg hops into the driver’s seat to show you how it’s done, demonstrating the driving RV tips you’ll need to safely and appropriately navigate any right-hand turn in a motorhome, coach or truck-and-trailer.
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