RVs can tow most types of cars within their specific towing capacity. Consult the RV's owner's manual to determine the maximum weight it can tow and the car's owner's manual to determine its weight. Securely fasten the car to the RV and make sure to evenly distribute any cargo.
There are three common methods for towing cars: tow bars, tow dollys and trailers. Tow bars leave the car on all four wheels and are the lowest-profile towing option. They are ideal for occasional usage and smaller vehicles. Tow dollys can pull heavier vehicles than tow bars but are more complicated to set up. Finally, trailers completely lift the car off the road and are the safest for the towed vehicle. They are ideal for heavier cars and more regular usage.