I'm new to RV'ing and pulling trailers. I recently bought a 20 year old Casita
Spirit Deluxe and am pulling it with my 2018 Honda Ridgeline. The unit came with the Reese anti-sway hitch.
My question: The hitch is incredibly noisy. Looking at the design, I'm sure the noise is normal when you turn . . . do people generally just put up with the noise, or do some folks selectively tighten the unit down as needed? In other words, do some people leave the hitch a little loose before they get on the highway to make turning in and out of campgrounds, neighborhoods, etc., and then tighten the hitch down as they get on the interstate (or whatever road they're on)?
At city and campground speeds, the anti sway doesn't seem to offer much value. At highway speeds, it clearly would.
Just curious how experienced people tend to use these safety devices.