Topic: Carrying Lumber and Stuff on Top
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Your SUV is well suited to carrying small loads like lumber on top but you need to assure that the load is secured properly. Each of the yellow buttons above will cover a specific section of this important safety topic. The sections (numbers below correspond to the button numbers) include:

2) Driving with a load on top

3) Creating a level surface

4) Weight considerations

5) Tying the load to the CAR in addition to the rack on top

6) Securing the load so that it does not shift forward or backward

7) Securing the load so that is does not shift from side to side

8) Assuring load is properly flagged

9) Ropes to use

10) How to tie knots for this type of loading
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