I have used both a front hitch and something called a "power caster" to move my TT in tight spaces. The front hitch is a good solution out in the wilds IF you have someone you trust to direct you. The power caster worked wonderfully at home ... though only on concrete or asphalt... not on sand or a rock driveway... and certainly only on flat surfaces... not inclines... BUT... it is a PRICEY solution... however as someone else mentioned... if you PRACTICE enough, you can back your TT into most any tight spot using some tricks... like laying out some colored line on the driver's where you want the TT tires to go and then back the TT tires right along the edge of the line... works every time... BUT... you have to have confidence in your skills... just go very slowly and have a spotter just in case...don't be afraid to pull out and start again... go to some vacant parking lot some Saturday with your TT and practice, practice, practice until you can do it...
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