Acceleration is much harder when towing a vehicle, it takes more time to build up speed. Merging onto a road or highway, or passing another vehicle, requires a strong focus and a steady hand, as well as always remembering the added length of the towed vehicle behind you. The driver’s speed needs to be carefully maintained, as driving too fast can damage both the vehicle they’re driving and the vehicle they’re towing. And turning needs to be done with extra care as well, as taking turns too fast can put a strain on the towing equipment and cause the vehicle to sway.
Sometimes you may need to use a strong quote which does not actually contain all the information your reader needs to make sense of the sentence. This can happen because the person is speaking about something he or she does not mention in the actual quote itself. In such cases you can insert the missing fact - often a name or a title - in square brackets - within the quote to show what you have done For example, the Finance Minister might be speaking in Parliament about the May Budget but did not use the actual title in the sentence you want to quote: