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Drivers should raise the front wheels of front-wheel-drive vehicles with tow dollies while towing them to protect against transmission damage. Individuals should not raise the front wheels of rear-wheel- or all-wheel-dri... More »

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Cars with front-wheel drive offer better gas mileage and traction. Because the differential and engine are both at the front of the automobile, the power goes into the front wheels, and the weight in the front provides g... More »

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A four-wheel-drive car uses a transfer case to split the engine's power evenly between front and rear axles rather than supplying all the energy to one set of drive wheels. This provides better grip and control in certai... More »

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Remove the vehicle's front wheels, detach the pinion shaft from the steering column, detach the tie rods, unbolt the rack from the chassis and disconnect the fluid lines. Disconnect the rack from the steering column and ... More »

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As of 2015, Amazon.com and eBay sell vehicle tow dollies. Master Tow Inc., a vehicle tow dolly manufacturer, allows customers to locate nearby dealers of its tow dollies on the company website, MasterTow.com. More »

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Vehicles that tow flat behind a recreational vehicle include those with rear-wheel drive and manual transmissions. Four-wheel drive vehicles are also an option if they have a manual transfer case that the owner can place... More »

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Tow companies determine service rates based on many factors, such as the type of vehicle, distance of the tow, vehicle location, required services and time of day. Rates vary from company to company and usually consist o... More »

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