When using a walk behind that has pistol grips, and you're actually walking, not using a velky/sulky/pro-slide, how do you make corrections in your path if they are small.. I assume that you use a couple of fingers on the drive levers to hit the brakes on the side you want to turn towards.. But the other day I also found that it was just as easy to give a little bit of shoulder twist onto the handlebar grips as well and use body muscle to turn the machine just a tad as well. I'm talking changes in direction real small.. Do you constantly keep a couple of fingers on the levers, or do you just walk, maybe even use only 1 hand and let the other hand rest or something? I know it sounds like a silly question. But remember in drivers ed in school, you're supposed to keep both hands on the wheel at all times at the 9 and 2 position. <G> Yeah, right.