Backing up your vehicle while hauling a moving trailer can be a little intimidating at first, but all you need for success are a few helpful tips. Stuart Shoen, Executive Vice President at U-Haul will help learn more about correctly and safely backing up with a trailer. Whether you are backing up a trailer for parking or loading, it’s important to learn the proper technique. As I quickly learned, it can be easy with some practice!
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