Group : The tongue weight
of our Airstream 34 is about 800lbs (the same as having 3 big people in the back seat) & of course, we have a Hensley hitch.
Our T/V is a standard Ford Edge & we've had no troubles towing, because it's an Airstream & they are built (similar to our Eggs..) so that air funnels around them, much like flying a plane along the ground.
In the case of the 34, with it's three axles, it has a very stable ride & stopping is NOT an issue, because when the brakes
go on & those six tires
begin to grab....it's the trailer stops the tow vehicle !!
With it's lesser wind resistence, a lower center of gravity, the Hensley hitch (we wouldn't be without it !!) driving conseritivly and most of all keeping our speed down...we've been just fine.
We've always felt very safe towing our Airstream.
It's the square trailers out there that are the scary ones to tow...no matter what the T/V is...as shown very well in the video above !!