**No smoking** Sorry, that ruins the car and my wife is highly sensitive. Any evidence of smoking and the deposit will be withheld 100%. Smoke on the tailgate all you want.
Towing with the truck is conditional. I ask that you inform me if you will be towing a trailer with it, and that you provide details of what type of trailer. You must provided written authorization from me to tow, basically. It has both a 4-pin and a 7-pin connection in the back, and the brake controller is integrated into the dashboard (which is really nice). My conditions are:
1. No more than 5000 lbs total trailer weight please. Popups and ultralight campers should be fine, but check with me.
2. Any trailer load above 2000 lbs must have electronic trailer brakes that are compatible with the vehicle. If you need instructions on how to use the brake controller, check here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pcRoPcJKqw
3. **You must use the Trailer Mode while the trailer is attached** It's the button at the end of the shifter on the steering column (there's a little image of a trailer there, and a lit trailer light will show up on the dash. This disables the 6th speed overdrive. If you forget, you might burn out that gear and it will be an hugely expensive repair on your bill.
4. On long mountain passes, try to use the engine to further slow the vehicle + trailer down by shifting manually on the steering column (the (+) and (-) buttons. This will avoid burning out the brakes on both the vehicle and the trailer, which is really bad. Mostly for safety, but for cost.