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Car Towing Limits Quiz
by Staff
Towing a vehicle means making informed decisions about safety and also your budget. Do you know which one works best for keeping you safe without breaking the bank? Find out if you know now.

Two-wheel car towing requires:

  • A tow dollie
  • A trailer
  • A tow bar
  • All of the above

Flat towing is a term used when:

  • Two wheel are on the ground
  • Four wheels are on the ground
  • No wheel are on the ground
  • None of the above

How many wheels touch the ground when using a tow bar?

  • Four wheels
  • Two wheels
  • No Wheels
  • None of the above

Tow bars are:

  • Less expensive than tow dollies
  • More expensive that flat beds
  • Both a and b
  • None of the above

High-end flat bed trailers use:

  • Their own braking system
  • The coach vehicle’s braking system
  • No braking system
  • None of the above

Flat-bed trailers are:

  • Heavier than dollies
  • Heavier than tow bars
  • Decrease gas mileage for the coach vehicle
  • All of the above

Flat-bed trailers require:

  • Minimal adjustments to the towed vehicle's power train
  • No adjustments to the towed vehicle's power train
  • Many adjustments to the towed vehicle's power train
  • None of the above

Flat-bed towing is:

  • One of the safest ways to tow your car
  • One of the most dangerous ways to tow your car
  • Illegal in most states
  • None of the above

How heavy does a coach vehicle need to be?

  • At least 500 lbs heavier than the car being towed
  • At least 750 lbs heavier than the car being towed
  • At least 1500 lbs heavier than the car being towed
  • None of the above

What is a coach vehicle?

  • The car being towed
  • The car doing the towing
  • A specific type of tow truck
  • None of the above