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    I’ve just finished my third job. I can’t wait to get a job on a smooth surface to see if the lines are good. On extremely rough surfaces, would it make sense to let some air out of the tires? Every time I hit a low spot or rough spot, the line jumps one way or the other.


    Hello Arcee
    No. I’ve never done that.
    I do keep an eye out for debris that will effect the line. AND…remember…it’s the debris that the tires will hit…it’s not just the debris that may lie where the line will be.
    This too…I remember when I started…every lot seemed “rolly”. Don’t worry. Keep focused on going straight. That’s all you can do.
    Keep in touch.

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