confused about reverse steering.

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Giovanni

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You are posting excessively however, I will forgive you since you are new. Before posting please use the provided search box to see if something has already been posted.

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Did you put on two cabs facing different directions? If you did the tech might have switched between which cab was dominant and thus reverse the direction it considered forward.
 
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I don't understand why techs going backwards have reverse steering. Is this intentional? And if so, can I turn it off?
Yes.

Most find reverse steering useful, because a vehicle in reverse acts like a vehicle driving forwards, other than the key you hold to make it move.

If however it annoys you, you can un-reverse the steering in the options.
 

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You are posting excessively however, I will forgive you since you are new. Before posting please use the provided search box to see if something has already been posted.

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No reason to say that. The other posts might be outdated.
 

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No reason to say that. The other posts might be outdated.
It's always a good idea to check if it has already been posted/solved before posting and it is a bit unnecessary to post multiple things in separate threads rather than one general thread especially about small problems like these. But I guess that's just my opinion. :3
 

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It's always a good idea to check if it has already been posted/solved before posting and it is a bit unnecessary to post multiple things in separate threads rather than one general thread especially about small problems like these. But I guess that's just my opinion. :3
This is just my opinion, But if you want to know the answer fast, make a thread. If you have spare time, you can look it up. My opinion
 

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You are posting excessively however, I will forgive you since you are new.
Nothing wrong with that.

It's always a good idea to check if it has already been posted/solved before posting and it is a bit unnecessary to post multiple things in separate threads rather than one general thread especially about small problems like these.
Nope. I'd rather read 1,000 threads about 1,000 issues that 1 thread with 1,000 issues in it.
 

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so you are claiming a one MONTH old thread is causing you brain cancer.

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- Please watch your language.
 
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