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Originally Posted by HyFy View Post
I can only advise VERY small movements of the MH's steering alternating between a bit of lock on and then off again and repeat..... Try to set yourself up for what you are going to do by, just before you start the reverse, angling the motorhome and car away from the corner you want to reverse around to give you a good start.
Once the car becomes visible in one mirror or the other watch that to guide you rather than a camera
Sometimes the situation is too tight and its just a couple of minutes to unhook, make the turn and hook back up.
But it really does come down to practice like you have done. It's a different scenario but the first time you try to reverse an artic around obstacles you can't believe it would be possible to get it right but once you get the 'knack' it just happens.
The only time it won't work is on a loose surface so don't practice on that.
Good luck with the practice and don't give up
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Originally Posted by Pudsey_Bear View Post