DRIVING THE VEHICLE
Brake vehicle to prevent vehicle speed from over-
running engine speed. If vehicle speed overruns
engine speed, you will not be able to downshift,
and you may lose control of vehicle.
Drive carsfully, especially if unfamillar with vehi-
cle. Avoid over-steering and speeding on hard
pavement; you could lose control of vehicle.
Be sure drivers hatch cover is locked in either
opened or closed position. To avoid injury to per-
sonnel, secure other covers, doors and hatches
Make sure charge canisters, projectiles, fuzes and
all other stowed items are securely restrained be-
fore moving vehicle.
Never move vehicle without first receiving a signal
from the ammunition team chief that all crew
members are seated and that stowed items are se-
cured. Always use seat belts while traveling.
Do not leave vehicle unattended while engine is
When starting on a hill, depress brake and place
transmission low I position. increase engine
speed and release brake.
Do not hold vehicle on an incline by using accel-
erator. Transmission overheating will result from
Do not coast when descending grades; instead,