Travel with safety with this Mountain Travel Directory
Be Safe through Mountain Grades and Terrain with this directory. Get this directory now to help in your safe travel needs. Driving heavy vehicles through windy, sometimes treacherous terrain, requires special knowledge and safety tips.
Perhaps your rig has difficulty during the steep climbs. The temperature is in the 90’s and the grade is so steep that you can barely climb it in first gear. The engine and transmission temperatures are rising. How far to the top of this hill? You don’t know if it’s one mile or ten. Something smells hot. What to do? Pull over and cool off? But then all momentum is lost. Can you even get started again? You wish you had unhooked the car you’re dragging up this hill behind the motorhome. If you are lucky, you can do that next time. You are wondering how many thousand dollars a new engine and transmission will be. Will the knowledge and safety information from this directory, you can avoid that.
Best Mountain Travel Directory for RVer’s
The printed versions of the Mountain Directory books have almost 240 pages of text and color relief maps. All 240 pages are in the downloadable versions of the Mountain Directory ebooks. Nothing is missing.
“Miller designed his two directories for RV as well as truck drivers because, he says, ‘RV drivers would face the same problems as truckers because of the weight of their vehicles and braking systems that may not be designed to deal with the extreme conditions encountered during mountain descents.’ Since most road atlases do not include this specific data, many motorhomers will find one or both of these books useful in taking the surprises out of driving in the mountains.” By Sherry McBride, Senior Managing Editor, Motorhome
“RVers often have problems with mountain grades–both going up and coming down. It’s helpful to be warned when a steep grade is coming up, and that’s just what the two Mountain Directories do.” Coast to Coast
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