Hitch-N-Go

Many motorhome owners like the convenience of having a small car for running errands, exploring places where a motorhome would not go; you can even 4WD down the beach for that special fishing spot. If you’re away for a length of time, A-framing gives an added advantage so you’re never stuck.

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Many motorhome owners like the convenience of having a small car for running errands, exploring places where a motorhome would not go; you can even 4WD down the beach for that special fishing spot. If you’re away for a length of time, A-framing gives an added advantage so you’re never stuck.

You’ve got your motor home, your itinerary (or perhaps not!) and a little car to tow behind for day trips. Several towing equipment options exist for bringing your vehicle along with you, including trailers, tow dollies and A-Frames. The easiest and cheapest solution for your towing problem is to use an A-Frame.

Unlike trailers or tow dollies, an A-Frame pulls the car behind the motor home on all four of the car’s own wheels. It can be stored easily and involves the least amount of towing equipment. An A-Frame also takes up fewer parking spaces than a trailer or dolly. Hitch n Go A-frames are solid, welded units with arms that fold together for easy storage.

Because of their relative simplicity, A-frames are the lightest and cheapest towing equipment an RV enthusiast can buy.

Safety is most important at Hitch n Go. Therefore there are some important things to consider regarding which vehicle is suitable to tow behind your motorhome and what’s required to do it successfully. Firstly, your motorhome needs to be large enough to cope with the car you intend to tow. You’ll need a 50mm tow ball on an approved and compliant tow bar professionally installed to your motorhome. Some larger motor homes utilise 24 volts. This will need to be reduced to 12 volts in order to be compatible with the towed vehicle.

Contact us for a quote.