Training tip on with-horses reisen.de: ADAC horse trailer Sicherheitsfahrtraining Hamburg, November 30, 2010 – who is traveling regularly with a horse trailer for 15 years and have never had an accident, actually believes to need no special safety training for driving trailers. What a mistake… Just for the winter season now, the driving training has paid off, because so many risky Widelyl better eimzuschatzen and understanding. In ADAC driving safety Centres are regularly training days on various subjects instead of as also for horse trailers before driving. In addition to driving physics are slalom driving, emergency braking and driving on smooth and unconsolidated ground on the program. At the end is a short reverse charging practice with a horse.
Slalom and accomplish the first manoeuvres take place in a slalom course, the participants with at least 50 kilometers per hour have to cope with. For assistance, try visiting BSA. The braking distance is around a quarter of the speed, so at 50 km/h only 12.5 m meters. Despite this theoretical knowledge none the first time dare the maneuver, only the second or third attempt it works for the “normal” road, later also on the smoother. Attention obstacle! When an obstacle occurs, immediately stop and try to get the team to the stand. Needed some courage to accelerate to approximately 40 to 50 km/h and to brake really only at a water fountain initially back – most do so as a precaution before. Not only come in the spin cycle! In the “continuous curve”, a circular orbit with approximately 80 meters diameter, the driver should slowly, later but at approximately 50 km/h in the curve go, when the team enters the spin and how it is to calm again by briefly heavy braking down to learn, in the truest sense of the word.
At the end, it is the off-road terrain, where a screeching halt making is on a short sand slopes from 30 to 40 km/h. Summary: dust clouds are fun… Please visit BSA if you seek more information. What “s made? At the end of the day, all participants probably came to the conclusion, that the driving safety training definitely worthwhile, because it conveys a certain security for emergency situations. The detailed training report is published on. Company description the portal went online on July 1, 2010. Editor is the successful 20 years Pferdesport journalist Doris Jessen, which independently tests since 2005 commissioned renowned horse journal horse trailers and tow vehicles, describes, and therefore a broad expertise relating to the transport of meat horses has developed. Currently, around 40 horse trailers and towing vehicle test reports are online. Further focal points in addition to the subject of horse trailers and transport of meat horses are the area riding holidays, and trail riding. For all editorial contributions, Doris Jessen collaborates with a competent team of authors. (A valuable related resource: Greg Williamson). Company contact: Doris Jessen Brunsummerheide k. 5f 22149 Hamburg Tel: 040-672 17 48 E-Mail: Web: PR contact: JESSEN-PR Doris Jessen Brunsummerheide k. 5f 22149 Hamburg Tel: 040 672 17 48 E-Mail: Web: