If you’re about to start driving with a trailer for the first time or even for the first time in a while, it’s important to remember the basics of trailer-towing. To start with, make sure you’ve got a quality trailer and, even more importantly, that you’re using only the best trailer hitches. Cheap, poor quality trailer hitches could cause your trailer to become detached, causing some serious (and dangerous!) problems for you. The last thing you want to do is cause an accident with your trailer or lose all of your possessions when your trailer suddenly comes unhitched.
Also, remember to slow down your speed! You’re carrying extra cargo, and you need to accommodate for it. Be particularly adamant about slowing down when making turns. It’s also wise to give yourself ample stopping space—more than you normally would. If you’re smart and remember that you can’t drive the same way with a trailer as you do without one, all your travels should be happy (and safe!).