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How To Tow A Vehicle?

Have you ever thought how to tow a car? If you need to tow your own car, this article should provide some valuable insight about the various options you have, the nitty-gritty of actually towing the car, as well as safety precautions and on-road driving guidelines for making your tow a safe and hassle-free experience.

What equipment do I need to tow my car? The equipments that you need to use in towing your car is one thing that you should consider. It is important that you also know what kind of car do you have since the equipments used for towing also depends on it. This article will discuss different options that you can choose from if you are interested to tow your car.

Tow dollies. Tow dollies are two-wheel dollies that can hold two of your car’s wheels while the other two roll freely on the ground. The other end is hitched to whatever vehicle you will be using to tow the towed vehicle. If you don’t want to spend a lot on the repair of your vehicle then you must take this process seriously so that it won’t cause your vehicle any damage. But for two-wheel drive vehicles, car dollies are a great option. All-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive vehicles may also be towed, but your drive shaft will need to be disconnected first, and if you’re not comfortable doing this yourself you’ll need to consult a mechanic. However, if you are not comfortable in disconnecting the shaft, then you should try other options instead.
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The next equipment that you should keep in mind are the tow trailers. A tow trailer can either be open or enclosed, however, whatever kind of tow trailer you like, it can still serve a 4 wheel or an all wheel vehicle. The best thing about using this equipment is you don’t need to worry about the transmission damage that can happen to your car while towing since all wheels are off the ground. Your vehicle can also have extra protection from elements and it can also have extra security if you opt to use an enclosed trailer. Renting trailers will be more expensive than renting a dolly though, so make sure you really need these features.
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Tow bars. (Not to be confused with tow hitches). A tow bar is a system designed to connect the towed vehicle with the towing vehicle (called the coach). The tow bar will connect to both vehicles in such a way as to allow swiveling so that the vehicles may turn independently and make turns on the road.