How to control your motorhome after a blow-out.. a Michelin Video

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Some light Sunday morning viewing.. well, it's better than watching the TV.. :)

    Learn the key techniques for maintaining the control of your RV when you suffer a blowout on the road.

    More Videos on the Michelin Site


     
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    thanks for that, have seen it before but it doesn't hurt to be reminded how to react.. :)
     
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    me too also..

    in fact I think I posted the same vid a few years ago.. but as you say.. good to be reminded..
     
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    have promised myself to do an advanced drivers course later in the year too, we all think we're good drivers of course but we probably all pick up bad habits along the way that we also need reminding of (and sorting) especially as we get older..
     
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    how true.. I passed my driving test in 1967 ..

    about 14 years ago I was made redundant and decided to use the redundancy money to train as a driving instructor..

    it took me 40 hours of intensive driving tuition to get up to driving instructor training standard.. I then went on and passed my driving instructor exam .. sadly I hated the job and only stuck it for three months.. but the training was invaluable..
     
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