Towing a car

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  1. Road Burner

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    Thinking of getting a tow bar and A frame for a small car any advice would be welcome.
     
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    Ther is Oooooodles of posts on A frames, containing all sorts of info and thoughts on the subject, use the search button to find them
    For me A framing works well traveling to Spain with one is not recomended, They appear to hate them with a vengence and have deemed them outside the law:Doh:
    Rest of Europe seem happy with them so far
    Geo
     
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    thanks just seen that one (second thoughts now(
     
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    HI john dont go for a smart car not with your look
     
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    it was more to tell him not all companies are very good at customer service and treat people badly.I personally think an a frame is far safer when done properly than a trailer,and he did ask
     
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    Don't let em frighten you off :Rofl1: a frames really are ok . If professionally fitted and tested :Doh: Be sure toad weight is within your licence and m home weight limits . Only limited reversing but otherwise a piece of cake :thumb:
     
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