Re: Travel from Vermont
I have towed lots, and pretty much do the same speed as when not towing, about 10 kph over the limit, but rarely over 110, maybe 120 on good highways. With getting 25% less fuel economy there are a couple more fuel stops, but not too much. When travelling through, I find it way quicker to find a spot off the beaten path (rarely use a campground when through travelling), than to find a room to check in to, and get all set up in. With a trailer you can stop and are instantly set up. If you do look for an available campground that can take a bit of time too.
If you are doing lots of hills though, that can add a bit of time, but that is usually a small percentage of the total trip, even in places like BC.
I guess what I am saying is that over all the years I have towed a trailer that if it even added 5% to my travel time, that would be it.
Sometimes though, I just take more time because I am not in a hurry much of the time, but that is a totally different comparison to me.
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