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If they are working properly you will be fine. Like driving any car plan ahead while I always say drive it like you stole it just not like a dumb a**.

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Just take extra care on wet roads!

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I have Manual Drum breaks in mine, and I do lots of long distant shows with it, and lost of traffic and local city driving.

1.) Do not tailgate, or follow closely, your stopping distance is much greater.

2.) have the breaks properly adjusted, especially the fronts, if one tire grabs more then the other, it will pull you in that direction.

3.) as mentioned above, watch out in wet weather.

 

over all, be carful, you'll get used to it quickly, and know what to expect.

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