I'm looking at a couple different sizes of Newell's. I'm leaning more toward a 46' Newell where DW is more interested in an older 42' Newell because she believes it will be easier for her to maneuver. Do you think the 46' would be harder to handle. I've never driven either one, how much practice would you say it takes. Hope to practice in an industrial park when closed on weekends.Any suggestions?
Betty & Tim Brewer
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I have driven 40' motorhomes for many years, but switching to 46' requires some getting use to. I have run over several curbs with the tag and have skinned both sides of the rear fiberglass. After doing this a few times, I pay more attention to the mirrors and backup camera, and make a wider swing when turning into an intersection. Hoping my learning curve is over because I enjoy having the extra room a Newell provides.
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