My wife drives about 97% of the time. She actually does a good job of towing. i seem to hit things when I drive, so....Like others have said, if something should happen to me the RV will make it back home.
Lately, I've been driving the dually around as the daily driver. Backing it into parking spaces, etc. I have not yet towed anything except a boat in my teen years. DH has told me I should learn. The one time I HONESTLY offered to learn to tow the camper - he said I could learn when he's dead. So, like everything I learn to do, I'll just have to wait for him to go somewhere warmer and learn in a trial by fire. One thing I've learned through 12 years of marriage to this military guy - is that there isn't anything I can't do. Some things take more creativity, most things I have to do a bit slower and with more caution, but I can do all things if I really have to.
Maybe I will make it up to Temecula this fall after all. (Don't worry, DH, I'm just kidding.)
When we bought the Bighorn in 2010 I started asking to drive...Don was very protective of the truck and I didn't really push it...I wish i had. Last fall he became quite ill about 1000 miles from home. While he was hospitalized I got used to driving the F450 dually: big hips (the trucks not mine)!
Doctors released him but he "relapsed" on the way home, I drove/pulled the 5er for 15 straight hours...thankfully all other drivers around me had received the memo!! ha, ha, and they all behaved appropriately.
Now, I tell him prior to the trip, I will drive for several hours every travel day. I have yet to attempt to backup...not sure Don could handle that