Reduce the travel speed and use less
steering angle to avoid tipping, when
working on hills, banks or slopes.
Work up and down slopes, rather than
sideways, whenever possible.
If your vehicle begins to side-slip on a
grade, immediately dispose of the load and
turn the vehicle downhill.
Keep the vehicle under control - do not
try to work it over its capacity.
Stop the vehicle frequently at night -
walk around and inspect the vehicle - stay
Connect the trailing equipment to a
drawbar or hitch only.
Personnel should not be between the
vehicle and the trailing equipment while
maneuvering to connect. Block tongue or
hitch of trailing equipment to align it with the
drawbar or hitch.
Parking the Machine
Park on a level surface. If it is necessary
to park on a grade, block the wheels
Be sure all hitch points and the tow cable