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Aim high in steering

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Morgan in ar

09-13-2017 17:32:23




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That's a driving tip my dad used to tell me. Aim for a point on the horizon and drive to it. Don't just look over the end of the hood. Dad was a truck driver with a perfect safe driving record, so when he gave you a driving tip, you listened. How do you pull a 12' bale basket down a two lane road lined with brick mailboxes at 5:30? Say a prayer and aim high in steering! Here's to you, Dad.

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mj

09-14-2017 10:36:37




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 Re: Aim high in steering in reply to Morgan in ar, 09-13-2017 17:32:23  
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All.....Good........Kids.........Love..........Milk.
UPS teaches the Smith System. Aiming high in steering will center your vehicle in the lane if you let it. :)



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Briar Hill Brittanys

09-14-2017 07:08:49




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 Re: Aim high in steering in reply to Morgan in ar, 09-13-2017 17:32:23  
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I had to take this class as part of new hire orientation for Western, an oilwell service company, in 1982. Put us in COEs, pulling pneumatic bulk trailers, frac trailers, and conventional cabbed KWs with mounted pumping equipment. Funny the memories reading this brought back.



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ztrmowers

09-14-2017 06:44:36




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 Re: Aim high in steering in reply to Morgan in ar, 09-13-2017 17:32:23  
did it for years had four of those bales baskets,you do know when that unit is empty you can lock up the small front dolly and move alot faster, takes all the whipping out of it



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johnyquest69

09-14-2017 06:19:20




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 Re: Aim high in steering in reply to Morgan in ar, 09-13-2017 17:32:23  
Smith's Defensive Driving System. All Good Kids Like Milk. 1... Aim High In Steering. 2... Get the big picture. 3...Keep you eye's moving. 4... Leave yourself an out. 5...Make sure they see you.



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oldhammerhead

09-14-2017 05:38:01




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 Re: Aim high in steering in reply to Morgan in ar, 09-13-2017 17:32:23  
And GET THE BIG PICTURE, SEE IT ALL



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fixerupper

09-13-2017 19:49:36




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 Re: Aim high in steering in reply to Morgan in ar, 09-13-2017 17:32:23  
Good advice. If you don't look up ahead of you an accident can happen. That technique should be used when planting corn or any other driving that involves following a line. Look at the line across the field, not right in front of the tractor. Same goes for following light bar guidance systems.



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