1. Try to walk in the middle when entering the construction site.
The site road is simple and the subgrade is soft. Now more than 20 mixer trucks have been built. Close to the roadside, the road is easy to collapse, resulting in vehicle rollover.
2. Get off in advance and check the reversing line.
Most mixer trucks work at night. When you arrive at the construction site, you'd better get off and get a flashlight to check the reversing route. Remember where there are obstacles, pits or soft places. If you encounter reinforcement nails, you should clean them in time.
3. Be sure to slow down when reversing.
Don't always stick your head out of the window. Look at the rear-view mirrors on both sides. If you're really uncertain, stop and look clearly before falling down. Many roads are just paved by excavators, which are relatively soft, and the car is easy to sink. Start with the first gear (at this time, you can stop the can. When the first gear is high, the can will turn quickly and the car will be more unstable). Drive slowly and at a constant speed. The reversing route should be as straight as possible. If you want to knock down the car repeatedly, don't kill or hit the steering wheel too much. It's easy to hold the fire on a soft road. When the first gear is high, the speed is too fast and hit something.