Each harvest season some loaded wagons go into the ditch due to an inability of the towing vehicle and braking system to control the load. There are a number of reasons that these loads go out of control, according to Mark Hanna and Chuck Schwab, Iowa State University Extension agricultural engineers. "First, some drivers who offer to help reduce the harvest rush are not experienced with towing loads," said Hanna.
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McGuire, Jean, "Hitch and go safely this harvest season" (2004). Integrated Crop Management News. 1562.
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