After unhitching the caravan, first crank down the corner steadies. If you don’t – specifically the two scissor steadies on the two back corners – the Hi-Rider’s nose will lift when you get in. Unlike most other caravans, the corner steadies are diagonally under the hull, but they work easily with the crank-handle. In addition, four corner steadies are almost superfluous for a caravan this size, but at least it’s as sturdy as a house with a proper foundation.
Remember, the Hi-Rider doesn’t have brakes, which means if you want to set up on a slope, you’ll need to place a brick behind the wheel until you’ve secured the corner steadies. >