As stated, dolly or trailer required...
Trailer is typically more cost, more weight (both total and tongue), larger to store at home and campsite...
But offers less wear on car (no tires on ground), and ability to back up (based on the capabilities of the driver... the equipment will handle it)
Dolly is cheaper, less weight (overall and very little tongue weight), can often slip most of it under the MH for storage.
On the 'but' side - rear tires accumulate mileage, cannot backup without disconnecting toad (if you try - we want to see video...)
Both cases require strapping/safety chains for vehicle and connection of dolly/trailer to RV - both dolly/trailer should have brakes.
Neither choice is right/wrong - just what works for you.
Not yet retired...
Florida (Michigan transplant)
2014 Hurricane 32A
2000 Infinity (previous)