A very interesting test you can do with your own combination is, in a large parking lot (gravel lot is easier to see results). From a straight in line stopped position, mark your wheel locations on the ground. Slowly pull forward turning with a full locked turn and see just how far inside the trailer wheels go compaired to the TV wheel locations.
This will also provide you the chance to witnesss the rear end swing as you pivot around the turning point. I'd do the process in both directions to you can register in your mind both side of your rig in the mirrors.
Where I work our crews drive 14 passenger vans with 25 Ft utility trailers, and this is a very educational way to learn vehicle placement skills.
You and your co-pilot should take turns the get familiar with the experience.
Good luck and happy camping.
2012 Forest River Wildcat Sterling Edition
2010 Ford F350 Super cab (With all the junk taken off) With H&S tuner and set of bags on the back.