Cool Ghoul Posted December 6, 2020 Share Posted December 6, 2020 My wife and I are considering purchasing an Oliver. I have never pulled a travel trailer or driven anything larger than my pickup truck. We're wondering if people would mind sharing any troubles or hassles while towing such a large footprint. Just routing travel could seemingly be difficult. While on the road, how often do you encounter turns in which you can not navigate? It would seem that some mountain roads or rural areas could be troublesome. How does one explore new territories on one lane roads not knowing if there's a turn around spot? Have you ever been "trapped" and needed to literally back out of a long road? What's it like to drive during routine travel? Getting gas? Pulling into a fast food parking lot? Is it difficult to find parking when you want to stop in a small town for dinner or spend an evening? Is "bottoming out" a common occurrence? I've seen large RVs bottom out pulling into gas stations. I know I'll need to be extra careful switching lanes or pulling out into traffic due to the extended length. But are there any other points to consider? Thanks --Brendan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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