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Mr. Curmudgeon's Comment
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Jamie, glad it worked out for you, and the outfit is looking at it as a training opportunity. Backing was the hardest thing for me to get down, so much so that for my first 6 months of driving, I wore a baseball hat any time I was backing. Not to shade my eyes, or to look cool. To keep the sweat from running into my eyes.

millionmiler24 (CRST Amba's Comment
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I had to watch a video about defensive driving which i have seen, but I gladly watched it again as a reminder as i wish to learn from my mistakes to hopefully prevent them in the future.

He also had me backup 3 times to see what i do, such as looking in my mirrors, G.O.A.L (made sure I walked around). He gave me tips that will make backing easier, it was related to the way I was doing my setup.

Over all, I feel better. Learned some new things I didn't know before.

There ya are Jamie. Ya see? I guess me prayin for ya helped ya out. 😀 Glad to do it. 😀

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