Here's why it's harder to drive backwards than forwards
The team at MinutePhysics have broken it down into simple terms even a blogger could understand. Turns out it has less to do with the car itself than it does with the driver – and even at that, the difficulty doesn't center around craning your neck or trying to coordinate through mirrors or dashboard screens. And as anyone who's driven with something hitched up behind, it gets even more complicated when you throw a trailer into the mix. But don't listen to us - let the video clip above break it down for you.
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