First up allow me to introduce myself, my name is Glenn Farmer and I’m an Australian truck driver, I wrote this eBook based on my 17 years of experience driving trucks, as well as research.
For less than the price of an average hamburger you can learn about methods truck drivers use to make travelling on the highways less stressful, and safer. In some cases, the information in the full eBook could even save your life or someone else’s.
There is a lot of frustration out on our roads between different vehicle classes. This frustration partly comes from road users, not understanding what each other are doing and why. This eBook shows ways to communicate with other road users.
People who are travelling on country roads and in the cities will find the information in this eBook life saving, no matter what you’re driving. Fair warning though the language you will hear in major cities over the UHF can be very offensive. Especially if you have kids in the vehicle you may want to turn your UHF/CB down, or off, until you get out of suburbia.
The other thing to remember is we all make mistakes, a little patience and forgiveness goes a long way. So if we all work together and help each other, long trips can be more enjoyable and less stressful. Less stress means less fatigue and less unnecessary risks being taken. In short, safer roads.
Just a heads up, some people are having trouble saving the ebook to their computer or other device, the ebook is password protected for editing purposes, once you download your copy, go to your download folder and open the ebook from there. If you open it in your internet browser and then click on “Save As” or “Save” it will think you are trying to edit it and it will ask you for a password, if you wish to move it or put it on one of YOUR other devices, select the file in your “File Explorer” then copy and paste. If you are not sure where your downloads go, check your browser settings or if you click on the little arrow pointing up, to the right of the file you have just downloaded in the bottom left of your browser there should be an option saying “Show in folder”, this will open your “File Explorer”, and have the file highlighted, then you can right click on the file and click on “send to”, select “Desktop (create shortcut)” then you will have an icon on your desktop that will open your file, or you can just open it from your file explorer.
You may need a PDF viewer to open the ebook offline my suggestion for on of the most trusted and common PDF viewer is Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on this link to go to Adobe https://acrobat.adobe.com/au/en/acrobat/pdf-reader.html…
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