Another recommendation, not just for the noises, but even for a just in case scenario. If you have availability of a very large area, take the TT there and practice backing up with several different maneuvers. Listen for the noises, have the DW give practice giving you directions; get out and look at WD bars and axle positions at different points in turns so you have an idea of what looks normal.
If you want to take it a step further, another thing I recommend, is having the DW practice, hitching, unhitching, parking, backing and maneuvering on her own while you give directions. I did this with my DW. Couple of reasons. one, you never know what can happen. If there were to be some sort of accident, or something and you were incapacitated, she may be left on her own to get the rig hooked up and home. Or, two, as has already happened, we were in a time crunch to get out and get into a good site for trip out. I had to work later, so by the time I got home the DW had the TT all loaded and hooked up, ready to go. All I had to do was walk in, change clothes, get in the cab and leave.
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