Here are some things to keep in mind before towing your RV:
Most full and mid-size family cars can pull a trailer; so can today’s popular vans, SUVs, and light-duty trucks.
Use the right trailer hitch for the job, and make sure it is hitched correctly.
Make sure that the trailer?s brakes, turn signals, and taillights are synchronized with the towing vehicle.
Back up with care and ask someone to stand outside the vehicle to make sure you avoid any obstacles not seen in the mirrors.
If another person is not available, step out and inspect the area behind the vehicle to prevent surprises and accidents.