and was getting kinda excited about getting a travel trailer sometime next year and visiting a few lakes in Alabama and then maybe venture over in Mississippi for Natchez Under the Hill in the fall - always wanted to go to that, but just don't like to travel. Some friends of mine have trailers and will all go to different places together and I thought that might be fun. Then I saw the video about the trailer flipping in the road in less than a 24 hour period and today I was at the neighbors across from my mothers house and he has a 5th wheel trailer and said how easy it was to pull. He also told me when an 18 wheeler goes by travel trailer it pulls the trailer to the left and will suck it up and it's hard to keep it in the road and it doesn't matter if I don't go fast. The bad thing about going down little country roads to avoid all the traffic is they are usually narrow, don't have lines and have a lot of curves. So now I'm about scared to even look at a trailer or attempt to pull one even though I was going to get my cousin that has a trucking company to give me some lessons. So I'm thinking, do I just need to forget about the travel trailer, get a pup tent, or get a man to pull it? The biggest thing I've ever pulled was a horse trailer - a couple times with a Scottsdale and once with a duly and that was just going straight and the duly made me more nervous than the horse trailer. Is pulling a travel trailer something that you get more comfortable with as time goes on?