One of the front tires will roll backward a few inches when you're in a turn. Also the steering wheel does turn as the front tires steer in the turn.
I noticed on sharp turns, the dolly tires will skid sideways as the radius of the turn exceeds the turning capability of the dolly/toad combination.
This initially bothered my, but its such a rare occurrence, I don't worry about it. I noticed that if I honker down on the tie downs, this limits the amount the front wheels can move and aggravates the sideways skidding in sharp turns. I've kind of figured out the optimum tie down to get the best security and still allow the toad wheels to move a little on the dolly.
Make sure your safety chains have slack in them to allow for the movement of the toad tires on the dolly.
- Several people, including myself, have had a ramp jump out of the hooks when loading/unloading. This is a rare occurrence, but I've personally experienced it.
I added a latch to the ramp to keep it from popping off:
Acme dolly ramps pop off while loading / unloading | 2001 Coachmen Mirada 300QB
- Make sure your lights have a large wire tie holding them in. Otherwise they could pop out:
Acme Dolly Tail Lights fall off | 2001 Coachmen Mirada 300QB