Class A Drives Down Freeway With Storage Tray Fully Out

You never know what you’ll encounter when traveling on the open road. Whether resulting from a simple mistake or a careless driver, a dangerous situation can develop in the blink of an eye.

Recently, one Class A driver made a significant, easily avoidable mistake. Instead, they risked major damage to their RV and endangered the lives of others on the road.

The best way to learn is from the mistakes of others. So let’s see what happened to this driver, and we'll give you tips on what to do if you make a mistake and need to pull over.

The RVer of a large Class A motorhome failed to latch an under-storage compartment before driving.

RVer Leaves Storage Door Open While Driving

While traveling to their destination, the storage compartment flung open and created a dangerous situation.

How you handle the situation is important if you’re the driver who made a mistake.

What to Do If You Make a Mistake and Need to Pull Over

You’re likely changing speeds quickly during these situations, so your hazard lights can help provide an additional source of warning. 

Put Your Hazard Lights On

If there is an exit ahead, judge whether or not you can safely make it to the exit or if you need to stop sooner.

See If You Can Make It to the Next Exit

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