As far as I know its illeagle to ride in a towed trailer. Now IF I had done that in this '64 safari soon after I'd bought it I'd have seen the whole kitchen cabnet jumping up and down on bumps. That would have explained the 1/2" holes where the 1/8" screws almost held the sink cabnet to the int wall! Likewise for the attachment points for the side goucho! I'd have seen that super expensive suicide door with the loose rivits jumping around like popcorn. And the noise of sheet metal rattleing would have been unbearable. I'd have been amazed that the glass in the jaloise windows was intact! Afterwards, after checking for all my teeth, if I checked the axle I'd have found 2 1/2"s of travel. IF I took the same ride again after I'd changed out the torsion X and corrected 1 wheel out of balance by 1 3/4 oz I'd have been stuned to see all those problems gone! But I'd only have seen these things IF I'd broken the law, and I certianly would'nt recomend that to anyone.