I would suggest taking your rig to a large shopping center [etc.] parking lot, and trying a variety of parking and backing maneuvers. Use the parking space grid lines to set up a conceptual framework for measuring turning radiuses etc. Have a 100' tape measure on hand. Your rig's total combined length is an important data point. Unlikely you will be able to drive the rig down a driveway, and then turn around at the end to park the trailer, in a standard residential setup IMO.
Using a trailer dolly on sloped driveways may be more problematic, although the top models seem to have their own brakes, and to allow you to apply the trailer's brakes.
Not sure how you searched, but FYI/FWIW here are some "trailer dolly valet" search results --
Good recent thread: https://www.airforums.com/forums/f23...ch-209100.html
[good posts here on learning to back up a long driveway without needing a trailer dolly/valet]