Dusty, Thanks. Is your wrangler manual? should be OK to flat tow. Otherwise lockouts on all 4 wheels might be needed. The basics are (1) "plate" to support the attachment to the towbar. These are unique to make and model year (2) wiring - a trailer plug on toad that powers tail lights and turn signals. This involves wiring and diodes. (3) braking system in the toad. These can be add-ons to the vehicle's hydraulic system ($$$$$$) or inertia-operated ($$), like the Brake Buddy. Many states require them. It also applies brakes if the toad breaks away. (4) the key must be turned on to release the steering wheel so the front wheels can track during turns, and the toads battery can be drained. Add a battery tender on the toad fed from the motorhome. (5) Towbars are either a rigid "triangle" or have telescoping arms that extend and lock, and are much easier to hook up. Different towbars have different tolerance for the terrain irregularity.