Labor day last year. I allowed her to take my truck and trailer camping locally with her daughter and 2 grandkids. She was inexperienced pulling a trailer but wanted to drive. I told her that she could drive there and I would follow her in my car then I would back to trailer in to the spot. She agreed. This was done. For her return trip I drove to the camping location and hooked up the trailer to the truck. I then told her she could drive it home but she must get me to back the trailer into my driveway because she would run the risk of jackknifing it and causing a lot of damage. She agreed. When I returned home I went to sleep because I had a very bad cold. I was awaken by her as she was crying and screaming her apologies. She decided to back the truck in despite my directions to her.
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