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How (not) to tow an unevenly distributed load

YouTube link. I presume this video was originally created to illustrate for U-Haul renters why their heaviest items should be loaded in the front of the trailer. Here in the upper Midwest, it's a good object lesson for the legions of people hauling boats to and from the lake on weekends.
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