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An RV’s height poses another concern – limited vertical clearance under bridges and other structures.
Some RVs might be too tall to clear low bridges.
As a result, an RV’s driver has to pay attention to signs indicating the clearance height when approaching a bridge.
If your vehicle is too tall to clear, turn around safely and take a different route to your destination.
Time and Space
When driving an RV, give yourself more time and space to navigate through traffic.
Maintain a longer following distance, travel through turns slowly, be aware of vehicles that might be in your blind spots, and take frequent breaks to avoid fatigue.
By remaining focused and aware, you can minimize the risks to you, your passengers, and to others when driving an RV.