Originally Posted by gomotomoto
What do you mean by hitch adjustments? Can you elaborate there?
usually the settings made at purchase need to be fine tuned after you hit the read. getting actual weights on a truck scale turns estimates into facts which make for a more comfortable and safer tow. i find i need to increase the tension on the weight distribution bars after a day or two of towing. you may not need to but i like to factor in that time in case i need it. an uncomfortable ride will slow you down more than the weighing process. there are safety hoops to jump through and it is hard to resist the urge to just hit the road. maybe i worry too much but i had towed a car trailer on some 100 mile trips and a large trailer is very different. the learning curve is very steep in the beginning and the stress level drops almost as quickly as it starts up.
how tall is your trailer. you need to KNOW that better than your birthday!
propane is restricted in many tunnels and on some bridges you are required to turn the off.
the east coast seems to be the worst for traffic and restrictions.
take a deep breath and smile as this adventure will be part of you forever