Originally Posted by DnJ
Move the bottom of the steering wheel in the direction you want the trailer to move. Just practice until you begin to get an understanding of the geometry involved. Initially you should probably go to RV parks with pull throughs.
This is great advice, and simple to understand. RV dealers could make a fortune and provide a great service to all if they offered a 4-hour driving course for people purchasing a new trailer.
After investing $$$$$$$$ in the TT and TV, adding $ to keep it all safe would be the best insurance ever!