Next you'll raise the jockey wheel so the hitch is just a little bit higher than your tow ball (wind clockwise to raise).
Once this is done, move the front of the hitch into position directly above your tow ball. You can pull on the hitch itself, but most owners use the grab handles on the front of the Pod, either side of the window, to move it forward towards the tow vehicle.
When the Go-Pod is in position, re-engage the handbrake to ensure that the Go-Pod doesn't move while you complete the next step.
If you have an automatic motor mover installed, you may prefer to use it to complete this step instead. However, most people should be able to manually manouevre the Pod with ease.
As in step 1, if you're not on level ground then you will need to manouevre your tow vehicle into position rather than moving the Go-Pod. DO NOT disengage the handbrake. You will still need to raise the jockey wheel so that the hitch is above the tow ball.
Likewise, if you are on difficult ground (wet grass or gravel pitches) you may find it easier to move the tow vehicle instead of the Go-Pod.