From the writers at The Portland Mercury.
If you hate camping, but feel guilty about not camping, you’re not alone. A travel trailer could be the answer to your summer camping woes—especially if you want to sleep in a reasonable facsimile of a bed, escape the rain, and not make midnight journeys to the scariest public toilets in the world.
But there are things to consider:
- You need a vehicle that can pull it. If you have an SUV or truck, check your owner’s manual to see how much weight your rear axle can bear. The trailer will have a small, attached plate saying how much it weighs. If it’s too heavy, find something lighter—like a pop-up trailer! Those are great, too.
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