Look into the distance through the rear window and you will be able to judge where you are heading. Together, they cited information from 16 references. Not Helpful 12 Helpful 24.
Not Helpful 2 Helpful 3. When reversing, you should: I had winter clothes on and it was raining sheets of rain.
Make sure to look toward the ground on either side of your vehicle using your head and mirrors to ensure there are no people or animals laying in your path. If you see obstacles getting close in your left mirror, turn the steering wheel slightly clockwise.
My windows were fogging up and backing up was tough.
A Anonymous Sep 9, 2017. Keep your foot pressed on the brake once the vehicle has stopped.
Reversing Vehicles In other languages: So this helped a lot. It also received 18 testimonials from readers, earning it our reader-approved status. This will prevent you from accidentally hitting something, or from not noticing as someone approaches from one side or the other.
You might want to angle them down a little for reversing if it's important that you see where your tyres are this is useful when you are on, say, a slightly raised concrete driveway and you don't want your tyre to fall over the edge which could beach your vehicle on the concrete. If all else fails, just go very slowly. Help answer questions Learn more.