Driving home from the dealership was an exercise in discovery.
"How do those electric brakes work?".
We started out pretty jerky but had the braking down to a smooth exercise by the end of the third trip. I'm fairly certain of the proper operation, but I'm calling the dealer because I would like emotional verification that we are correctly using the trailer brake controller.
Then parking and unhitching the trailer in our driveway after 10:30 p.m. was "interesting." Our driveway angles oddly out from the circular cul de sac. Much manoeuvring was required. It is on a slant - more slant than I thought - which requires unrolling the hitch arm support to the tallest possible height.
We will be parking the trailer in a storage lot from now on when not in use. A level lot.
For those of you who wisely have chosen to not use recreational vehicles and don't know what I'm talking about, thank God and enjoy your hotels or tents.