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Driving Over Obstacles
1. Be alert! Look ahead and learn to read the terrain you're traveling
on. Be constantly alert for hazards such as logs, rocks and low hang-
2. Avoid operating over large obstacles such as rocks and fallen trees
when possible. If unavoidable, use extreme caution.
3. Always have a passenger dismount before operating over an obsta-
cle that could cause a fall from the vehicle or vehicle tipover.
Severe injury or death can result if your vehicle comes in contact with a
hidden obstacle. Not all obstacles are immediately visible. Travel with caution
in unfamiliar terrain.