Practice driving, parking, backing up, hitching, unhitching, and leveling the trailer once you get it, and before you take off for your first trip. A school parking lot or mall parking lot after hours make good level practice spots for parking and backing into spots. Camp in the driveway a few nights to get the feel of things, and keep paper and pen in the trailer to write things down as you discover needs or new questions. When you go to the dealer to pick it up, make sure you allow adequate time for the PDI and have a detailed PDI checklist with you. Leave the kids at home or with grandma. Ask a lot of questions at the dealer, on this forum and others, and anywhere else you think you might be able to gain some knowledge. While you are waiting for delivery those agonizing 8 weeks, start making lists of things you know you are going to need and begin to acquire those things as your finances allow. Above all else, enjoy the process, learn as much as you can about your rig and tow vehicle, be safe, and go make some memories.
2008 Ford F350 King Ranch Lariat SD CC 4x4 V10 4:10
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2007 EZGO TXT Lifted/Custom Golf Cart
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