It's an automatic. Which is why I figured I'd have to tow dolly via the rear wheels. Now I'm thinking a light-weight aluminum trailer is the best option. Would only add another <1400lbs.Not so much experience but I've understood over the years that best (safest) practice when towing a rear wheel drive, auto trans car/truck with a dolly (rear wheels on the ground) is to "drop" (remove) the driveshaft. More than your wanting to do I suspect so consider buying a trailer (or a front wheel drive car).
Of course now I've read the thread so I see you have a man trans. I would tie the selector (at least) to minimize the chance it slips into gear.
Not sure what your budget is, but you might look into a used aluminum car hauler. They're out there. :wink:Hi all,
Sorry for the delay. Our solution is to drive the car behind the RV since we are hoping to only go 100 to 200 miles from camp site to camp site. Maybe not be the best solution, but so far it is the only one that makes sense. Let me know if anyone has a better suggestion. There appeared to be too much risk in towing it any other way. Thank you, Reggie