Welcome to the forum and a new life style.
Ask any question you want. The replies will have facts and opinions intertwined. The sport is determining which is which. Hot threads involve tow vehicle choice, tires and size of trailer.
Technically related questions tend to get more useful answers based upon the membership collective experience. Get out of California ASAP and see what everyone else pays for gasoline.
Your bank balance will be more yours than the oil companies crossing into some other state. And you will not be locked into the 55 mph when towing.
However, if the trailer has GoodYear (or some other brand ) of "ST" tires, the sidewall has a speed limit rating of 65 mph. If the date code is over three years old, you would be wise to put in a new set of tires as tires deterorate even if not used.
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