As others have stated, the best one can do is make their stuff harder to steal than the next guys. Its sad, but its the way it is and pretty much has been. Thieves have been around the block a few times. With that said, I just use standard stuff to secure out TT, lock the hitch handle and ball lock that goes into the hitch. I really doubt anyone would attempt to steal it from home. Our driveway is 1,000 plus feet. The only way to get the camper in the driveway is to back it down the dead end and pull it up the hill and around the curve. To get the camper out it has to be backed down the hill, around the curve and onto the dead end road that just happens to have 10 plus feet drop off on each side. Lets just say its and art getting it in and out here at home. We have it down, three minutes from the time I start backing and we are hooking on the friction sway bar to head out.
2013 Surveyor Sport 260