I am considering buying a 4 foot X 8 foot Carmate trailer that has a 3500 weight capacity, 3500 lb single axle, 15" tires, straight tongue, to haul a ton of pellets. Will this thing work? Or will a small trailer behave bizare on the road with a ton of weight? Will I even be able to stop the vehicle pulling this kind of load? The idea behind this is to be able to go to a supply store and have them just forklift a ton on the trailer and drive home slow. I mean real slow. Dont forget I am a woman so I will really drive slow. In the past, buying pellets has been a bit of hassle. So far, I have taken them home 10 bags at a time in a compact car, brought them 1/2 ton at a time in a chevy s-10 or hauled them full ton on a full size beat up old dodge pickup, which overheated the front brakes on the truck. I also purchase pellets from a supplier who delivers for a small fee. This works well, but how long will it last if the price of fuel goes higher? I own used vehicles only. No car payments on fancy full size pickups. Any ideas out there on just how small a trailer you have hauled on? Or how small vehicle you towed with?