I've always been taught to use a trucker's hitch when securing a large frame outside. However, I'm a big fan of the rolling hitch, and I've noticed I can actually get my ropes even tighter when I use it instead of the trucker's. It also seems a little quicker to me.
So my question is- is a trucker's hitch more secure for some reason (I tie extra loops in my rolling hitch when securing a frame)? Why is it preferred to a rolling hitch? Or is this just a case of, 'because thats how we do it.'