Probably. Especially when you are backing up, the turn angle can get so open than the RV 'kisses' the cab. This trouble can be reduced or even eliminated by getting a sliding hitch instead of a fixed one. Unless you get a fance automatic or powered one, should only cost an extra $100 or so, and if you already have a fixed hitch, some of them can be fairly easily converted.
depends on how many sharp turns you have. probably only when you are backing into campsites or making sharp turn pulling out. I pulled a fifth wheel with a short bed and very seldom had to use the slider but would not have one without the slider hitch. Just be aware and watch the sharp turns.