We just completed out second RV trip to North Florida and had a wonderful time. All the mistakes were made on the first trip that was something like the movie, RV with Robin Williams. But we're quick learners and I have a very patient wife. That said, it has already become apparent that we will need transportation to get around beyond the RV park. We are driving out west in early September. Is it better to rent a car or pull one along? We have a 2007 Chevy Aveo. Should we invest in a trailer for the two front wheels or have the car equipped with a unit that can be attached to a trailer hitch? How much more gas does a 2007 10-cylinder Ford with a Coachmen rig use when pulling a car? Thank you in advance for any help you might offer.