Originally Posted by BigTJohn
Don't go by "car lengths" when trying to equate it RV towing and following distance. Too many variables. Just MAKE SURE you allow enough distance for YOU to stop. In that thinking add in the TIME it takes for the magnets (assuming you have electric drum brakes) to actuate and apply the what can become nearly non-existent trailer brakes while your S.O. is screaming in your ear...just sayin'.
Because of the extra weight the one car rule of thumb is out the window.
I would at least double that on good dry roads.
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