Also, if you're not used to driving when towing at trailer, then drive cautiously. Practice in an empty parking lot until you can properly steer when backing up; it does take a bit of practice. Never forget you're towing a trailer. Many or most States have a lower maximum freeway speed when towing; pay attention to that lower limit and observe it. Accelerate and brake more slowly; you've got more mass (weight) to slow or speed up. Maintain a longer following distance behind another vehicle on the highway, because you'll need more stopping room. Try not to steer sharply around a corner, or if you do, then do it at a slower than normal speed, and swing wide because you'll need more cornering distance to prevent the trailer from riding over a curb or otherwise going off the pavement.