This RV drifting is a proof that anything is possible with drifting!
This RV drifting is a proof that drifting is limitless! Drifting is a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels or all tires, while maintaining control for the entirety of a corner. A car is drifting when the rear slip angle is greater than the front slip angle, to such an extent that often the front wheels are pointing in the opposite direction to the turn. So, even if it’s painfully slow :), this RV is technically drifting.
This RV drifting is a proof that drifting is limitless!
The instruction book doesn’t say anything about speed. 😀 So, the point is, you can drift your RV. And if you have enough space and snow, anything is possible. We think that the owner is just trying to have some winter fun with his RV drifting. But, a certain viewer had a different view on the whole RV drifting.
Namely, his guess is that RV holding tanks often have sensor probes in the holding tank walls. The liquid contents of the tank complete the circuit(s), allowing the user to read the tank levels at the press of a button. But wet pieces of solid waste often cling to these probes, resulting in false positives and fooling the user into thinking they need to be emptied.
The most effective method they’ve found is to empty the tank and refill it with water halfway. By not filling the tank, the water has the opportunity to slosh around. They say that if you swerve the RV around in a rhythm that makes the water splash around in the tank, the solid waste could be cleaned. 😀 I don’t know exactly if someone is really doing this for cleaning tanks or it’s simply pure nonsense, but the driver looks happy. Check out this RV drifting!