It ocurred to me that if I were to get a couple Canadian flag decals, and if I positioned them carefully, one in the centre of the RAV's rear window and one in the centre of the trailer that I could line them up to get on target. Then it ocurred to me that if the one in the back window were smaller ( and I have to determine how much smaller ) I would have a range-finder. Back up until the decal in the RAV just covers the one on the trailer. From there you might have to wiggle a bit.
Any thoughts on the practicality of this? Any better solutions that don't cost at lot?
So far, I have managed pretty well without any assist, but now I'm curious about the idea.
well that pretty much my idea in backing up! i have a tribute, but I open the hitch, and place
a red leash on the back with the back seat down, and a read marker on the trailer bar in the middle
attached to the trailer window..works for me! it is just a mark to see where i am at..
When backing up, I asked the man with a trailer in a gas station, how do back up, and any hints.
he said always drive forward, swing around places to make the mark. What a good idea, but never said how to back up hhhmmmmmmmmmmmm too funny!