Hi, Just a thread about reversing the artic lorry, has anyone got any tips that would slightly help with reversing onto really tight bay / parking in-between trailers. I have been driving the class 2 tippers for nearly 2 years now I’m only 22 years old I have decided to just go for it and pretty much complete my license, and as of recently I have passed my class 1, Since passing I have quit the tipper work and managed to get a full time job on contract with a big company around this area (over 100 units, they only have class 1 units). I have been with the company for 3 days now, the first 2 days was just going through health and safety and all this stuff, a lot of paper work to complete. The company is willing to help me out and they have offered me a 2 weeks training with a trainer. First couple of days mainly doing reversing and helping with the shunting and the remaining days being out with a trainer and going to the most difficult sites to get the hang of the more difficult reversing and obviously showing me how it’s done in the real world. As of today, this morning on the 3rd day they have started my training at the yard, simply reversing onto bays and inbetween trailers, my main problem is oversteering; which then requires me to shunt atleast once or twice to get the trailer and unit straight onto the bay. I always manage to get the trailer onto the bay however it does take me a couple of shunts like stated before, The main problem is I feel like I oversteer and then when I try to catch the trailer I put the opposite lock on too late or too slowly so when the unit catches the trailer, the trailer is always a bit wonky and not straight like I would like it to be. My trainer said there is nothing wrong with shunting as long as the trailer and the load get to the bay in one piece, no matter how long it takes, however I feel like everyone is watching, which makes me feel a bit nervous. like I said has anyone got any tips?