ScentFreeInSC Posted September 3, 2019 Share Posted September 3, 2019 We are picking up our Ollie next week and planning out our drive home. Ideally a pilot or Flying J with RV fueling lanes is in the ideal spot to fuel up but I am wondering if in general most "normal" gas stations have enough room to pull through and gas up (note we do not have diesel engine)? or if we have to use end pumps and a lot of google sat map/street view investigation to make sure we can get in and out while towing the ollie. If so are corner gas stations better then ones set parallel to a street? are there any red flags that would make you keep going if you saw at a gas station? This will be our first towing experience so what the combined turning radius will be, rear end visibility end swing are all theoretical right now :) Towing Vehicle: 2019 Lincoln Navigator so we are about 41' from the front of the lincoln to the back of the elite II. LEII Hull #517 | Lincoln Navigator Reserve with Heavy Duty Trailer Tow Package and owner installed OEM rear "splash guards" (aka mud flaps) - "The Beast" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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