That is a good looking tote. The newer Motototes are made lighter than the one I have. The VersaHaul shown above looks strong. Three big decisions when towing your toad - Lights, towbar, brakes. I have some lights that stick on the back of my toad with magnets. The lights are battery powered work wirelessly from a transmitter that plugs into the trailer plug at the back of my camper. https://www.quadratec.com/products/...yDsVBfJ7Fn8z2mmPdNqHHVd-EOvvWvsAaAvS9EALw_wcB I use a ReadyBrute tow bar. I'm using the ReadyBrute because it was given to me. Mine is rated for 8000 pounds and it from the last century. It still looks and works very well. The current comparable ReadyBrute model is the Elite. https://www.rvupgradestore.com/Ready-Brute-Elite-Tow-Bar-With-Blueox-Clevis-p/rb-9050.htm The ReadyBrute tow bars are available with a surge braking component. The surge bar is wired to the toad brake cable. They also have an emergency break-away cable. I was able to install the brake cables on my jeep myself. Other things in the dog pile are how you connect the towbar to your toad, safety cables, hitch pin locks, making sure the steering wheel is unlocked before you start to tow, and possibly a tire pressure monitor system for your camper and your toad.