I've towed trailers thousands of times over an uncounted number of miles. I've had blowouts while towing on both the tow vehicle and the trailer. Understanding that towing is not like driving a four-wheeled auto and understanding the problem points should make your towing experience better and safer.
Over the years. I've been shocked at how few people understand any of the basic towing principles or the problems with overloading the vehicle or overloading/misloading the trailer.
Know and stay within your vehicle weight limits. Cadogan does a nice job explaining what this means and how to determine vehicle, trailer, and trailer ball weights. Here in Oregon, we have numerous weigh stations, and it is easy to swing by one which is not being used to weigh trucks and weigh the tow vehicle, trailer, and determine the ball weight. This is free, and these stations' scales work 24/7, even if unattended.
Keep your tires on both the tow vehicle and trailer properly inflated. Don't tow if you do not understand tire inflation. What you need to do in a blowout situation is counterintuitive to your experience driving a car.
Load your tow vehicle and trailer correctly, and do not overload either vehicle.
Pay attention to your trailer. You need to know when something is happening with the trailer or face the consequences of the trailer turning into the tail that wags the dog.
Cadogan does a nice job analyzing the tail wagging the dog situation.