Yaw is the changing of course or steering of a vessel, plane, or vehicle. When any object yaws, centrifugal forces are generated on the side opposite from the direction of yaw. Yaw to the right and the left side is compressed and yaw to the left and the right side is compressed. Depending on the speed of the vehicle, these centrifugal compressive forces maybe considerable. For example, when a car exits a freeway onto a curved or circular exit ramp, the occupants are pressed against the interior of the car on the outside of the turn. The items in a HHG shipment are subject to these same forces when loaded onto a moving truck. The crew must expect these forces and load the items in such a way as to counteract or eliminates these forces. Arpin of RI crews are trained to compensate for the yaw forces when the truck is in motion to ensure our customer’s furniture arrive at the new residence undamaged.