What driving precautions should be followed?
Because you’re driving an SUV, you should be aware of the handling differences between your vehicle and a passenger car. There are quite a few things that you should do differently to ensure your safety and that of your passengers while on the road. Here’s a brief look:
Keep your tires correctly inflated at the pressure indicated on the drive door placard.
Don’t take sharp turns at high speeds.
Avoid abrupt maneuvers.
Avoid overloading your SUV.
Keep an eye on your tire wear.
Be aware that your vehicle has a high center of gravity, which can make rollovers more likely to happen in certain conditions.
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