They need to add jibber jabber to this CB rule too. I don't go out to listen to people yammer about nonsense on the radio! Unless you are pointing out dinosaurs, shush!Monitoring your own language on the CB/ham radio may not be second nature, but some people in hearing range may have kids with them - be aware that any foul language you're using is being heard by them too.
Lots of trails have built in bypasses.It brings up a question I posted about earlier today about trail braiding. First the article stated that we should tread lightly and drive over and not around obstacles, the at the end of the article the writer says Leave your ego at home. Don’t let others pressure you into doing something you’re not comfortable doing. There is nothing wrong with taking a bypass if you or your vehicle is not up to tackling an obstacle.
So it all comes down to experience and common sense, do your best to stay on the trail unless you see the attempt ending in disaster.
So many ways this could go wrong... if you don't know the hand signals.Good info. I wasnt totally aware of the "how many rigs are behind me" hand signals, and I am sure many are not, but it does make sense!.