Over the past few weeks we have been getting a good amount of rain. Almost always it's followed by hard starting on the trimmers and edgers. It can't be to terribly good for the mowers either. Not to mention, when it's not raining the sun is beating down on everything. I am tired of having to off-load small equipment every night as well, whether to keep it out of sight of potential thieves or again, the weather. On top of all that, I am about out of room with the open trailer. Two ZTR's and a sideways 36" walk takes up the whole thing. How bad is it to tow a wider trailer on residential streets? My open 16x6.5 bounces all over the place when it hits a bump, pothole or speed table. Are enclosed trailers smoother? Not many of the streets are that narrow, but some look like they are about consumed with the trailer I have now. I just wonder if my dream 8' wide trailer would turn into more of a nightmare? I really want a trailer that could actually haul a car if I wanted to, so that's kind of the big deal with getting a wide model. I don't tow a car now, but there may be a time where I would like to trailer the car to the track rather than drive it. If I am looking at a similar amount of money, I might as well get the big one.