really felt good to get some riding in this weekend up in the fort kent area 275 miles. now the reason for post. we all came to a stop, was 8 to 10 feet behind behind the sled in front of me, there was six of us riding, i usually am the leader but not at this time. first sled turns around, so the guy in front of me puts it in reverse (can you see whats coming) smash, didnt even turn his head to look. i thought that was instinct, guess not. needless to say i now have the front of my brand new sled held together with duct tape. smashed pieces include front bumper, hood hinge, 100 bucks in parts. no big deal. said he felt bad but did not apologize until i brought it up.was it my fault for giving him room to get a running start. not, but next time i park behind someone with reverse i will be on their bumper so it wont hurt so much. or maybe i need a horn. so the point the the story is, if you got reverse please look behind you. i have always had reverse myself except this sled, which would have saved me some pain of looking at my sled with less than one hundred miles on it in pieces.not that it matters but he rides doo and bashes and now crashes cats. says he will replace broken pieces but that remains to be seen.