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RVing Couple Shares Tips for Triple Towing

Mar 4

Jake and Nicoll, an RVing couple who have been on the road since 2019, are sharing their tips for triple towing with one vehicle. Triple towing involves attaching two trailers to one tow vehicle.

The couple, who pull a travel trailer and a dirtbike trailer, say that triple towing can be a great way to bring along all your gear and toys on your RVing adventures. However, it does require some extra preparation and caution on the road.

Their first tip is to make sure you have the right tow vehicle for the job. Jake and Nicoll use a heavy-duty pickup truck which provides the power and stability needed to safely tow two trailers.

Next, they recommend investing in a high-quality weight distribution hitch and sway control system to keep the trailers stable and prevent swaying while driving.

It's also important to make sure both trailers are properly loaded and balanced. The heavier trailer should closest to the tow vehicle, while the lighter trailer should be in behind that. Jake and Nicoll also suggest using a tongue weight scale to ensure that the weight is distributed evenly.

On the road, they advise driving at a slower speed and giving yourself extra room to brake and turn. It's also a good idea to avoid sharp turns and steep inclines.

Finally, Jake and Nicoll emphasize the importance of being aware of your surroundings and staying alert while driving. Triple towing requires more focus and attention than regular towing, and it's important to stay vigilant at all times.

While triple towing may not be for everyone, Jake and Nicoll say it has allowed them to bring along everything they need for their RVing adventures. With the right preparation and caution, it can be a safe and convenient way to travel with multiple trailers.

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