Tire pressure for towed car on dolly
I was getting new tires installed on my car and mentioned to the guy doing the installation that I would be towing my car on a tow dolly next month. He said that I should increase the rear tire pressure to 40 - 42 psi because the weight of the car would be putting pressure on the rear end of the car. Is this correct? To me it seems that the dolly is carrying the weight of the front end.
Also, how should I handle tire rotation? I will be putting around 1500 miles on the rear tire on my trip back north.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
2004 Damon Challenger 348W, 2010 Forest River tow dolly, 2007 Ford Fusion SE
US Army veteran, USAF disabled veteran, (yes, I served in both branches).