I’m somewhat active in various online RV communities, and it never fails to amaze me how people can be easily manipulated into purchasing a trailer that is unsafe to tow with their vehicle. Or even better are the people that show up with an unsafe combination and try to justify it, “but the towing capacity is 10,000 pounds”. What most do not realize is the numbers are cooked in all manner of ways, starting with a basic understanding of the terms Towing Capacity, Tongue Weight, Payload and Axle Ratings. Towing Capacity in particular may not mean what you think.
Further RV manufacturers actively confuse things (and IMO outright lie) about numbers, they get away with this by including “specs subject to change” in all marketing materials. I cover that in more detail in When Optional = Mandatory.