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Distance in your serpentine demo

by Eva
(Massachusetts)

What would you recommend as a distance to place the cones apart in your serpentine demo in order to practice for my CDL Test?


Thanks!

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Response from Vicki:

Hello, Eva,

Thanks for your question, which may have come from your reading the information and seeing the image on our CDL Road Test page:
https://www.truck-drivers-money-saving-tips.com/cdl-road-test.html.

I did not draw the image on that page to scale (and had a dickens of a time trying to find any kind of program on my computer that would draw something to approximate the action of driving a rig through a serpentine course).

I wish we could be more helpful, but we honestly don't know the distance that the cones should be apart. Perhaps one of our readers who runs a truck driver training school might be able to help out.

So, readers, what is your recommendation for Eva? (Please also provide the length of rig that you set the cones for.) Thanks.

Eva, when you get on the road, we wish you safe travels and lots of money saving opportunities on the road.

Best regards,

Vicki Simons

https://www.truck-drivers-money-saving-tips.com/

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