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RVs also weigh much more than conventional passenger cars and light trucks.
Thus the stopping distance for an RV is longer than the stopping distance for car, minivan, or SUV.
If you decide to drive an RV, practice driving the vehicle in a parking lot or on a quiet street before driving in congested traffic.
Center of Gravity/Stability
Due to their significant height, RVs have a higher center of gravity than passenger cars.
In calm conditions, you can compensate for the high center of gravity by driving more slowly, especially on winding roads and on sharp curves.
On a windy day, the high center of gravity means that an RV will be much less stable than a car.
If you encounter windy conditions, slow down or stop until conditions improve.