I wouldn't feel comfortable using a dolly. I think I'd be checking my rear view mirror more than the road ahead. I hauled a Uhaul trailer to Ohio and back to Pa to pick up my Sportster. Literally cut my gas mileage in half. I'm hauling the Roadie to Florida next winter and am planning on hauling it in the back of my Tacoma. If we can put a man on the moon, I think I can safely haul it in my truck. Anyone have any experience with this? Hope this isn't off subject.
Yep, towing a trailer murders the gas mileage in my F-150. I brought my Red Roadstar home to MI from VA (550 miles or so) and gas mileage was about the same as driving with nothing in the bed. My R1 and all my track gear (generator, etc.) is the same way. It's like the truck doesn't even know it has a load in the bed. Even when I'm hauling around 1,000lbs+. Weird.