Originally Posted by dcheatwood
It won't track as close to your truck tracks when turning so allow plenty of room when making those right turns. It'll want to climb the curb.
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I agree with this- my dealer took me for a test drive (me driving, tech in shotgun giving tips). During it, the tech told me to watch the trailer wheels; drive straight forward until they pass the obstruction (sign, curb, etc), you're then safe to cut the wheel as sharp as you need. It's worked well for me.
As for backing, just remember that the pivot point is over the rear axle and takes longer to move sideways than a TT.