You need a good V8 to tow one. My 5.3l Chevy Silverado does not like to go more than about 55 to 60 with it, unless it is perfectly level with no wind. Mountains often take me down to 40mph. I guess others can speak to smaller trailers and tow vehicles, but my guess is that any fiberglass 16 or 17 foot is going to be a bit on the edge, towing with a V6 if you are going to do any interstate highway or mountain driving. I kinda wish I had a one ton truck/van.
As renovated, my 1988 weighed a bit less than 2500 at the axle
, and about 530 tongue weight. All loaded up and with water, it probably weighs about 3000 on the axle
. I just replaced the old drop axle
, which was bent, and the old 14 inch wheels/load range c tires
, which were inadequate: $1500