Originally Posted by Road Ruler
Yes.. The 911 on the trailer would have a higher centre of gravity than an Airstream. The video showed a simple ball connection with a long shank. The car and trailer would weigh about 5,000lbs.
One would think a properly connected 5,000lb Airstream with quality WDH would be easier to tow by comparision.
The Safari is my first ever travel trailer but I have considerable experience towing top heavy single car haulers like that one, and boats in the 12,000lb range. The Airstream is IMO is far more well behaved than those rigs, despite its larger surface area.
I plan to spend more time with Google studying these electronic towing stabilization systems. It looks like they will do for towing what ABS did for braking.