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Driving For Roadies

lesson one

Article from Making Music, August 1987

First make sure you're actually in a vehicle. It's sensible to practice in something that won't do too much damage: we suggest a Scania tractor pulling a fully articulated 40 foot Stepframe Air-ride trailer, or similar. Now look at the A-Z map of the town you're in. Mark a straight line from where you are to where you want to go. Shunt the vehicle around a bit to get rid of those excess cars and vans clogging up your space. Now press your foot down hard on the accelerator and shut your eyes. You're driving! There, you can do it.

Next month: How to turn right.

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