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Driving a truck with double or triple trailers requires a driver to

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Explaination
In bad weather or mountain driving or on slippery roads, use extreme caution. When you drive a double or triple, you're pulling a lot of dead axles with just a few drive axles. This increases the chance of loss of traction, causing a skid. Also, rearward amplification makes the rearmost trailer much more prone to rolling over. Drive slowly around curves and turns and avoid sudden moves.