No question about the trailer being nice looking but I would put the car on it facing backwards due to the weight distribution of the Smart. If loaded as shown, the trailer would not track very well as the trailer tongue would be pretty light. This can get you into a situation where the trailer is trying to steer the towing vehicle....been there done that....and when the trailer starts to sway back and forth uncontrollably, it is NOT a nice feeling, especially if the tow vehicle is not that large as it tries to push the back end of it side to side. JMHOHere is another good looking trailer
When towing a Smart "forward loaded" you need to ensure the trailer is designed for the Smart and built with the axle is correctly positioned to obtain the correct nose weight.I would put the car on it facing backwards due to the weight distribution of the Smart.
A few years ago, there was an updated Flash Gordon movie called 'Flash Gordon'; IIRC on the name. I did not really care for it much. Even more recent, there was a Flash Gordon television series. I think it was on the SciFi channell and I am not sure if it is still showing.Ah. You must be too young to remember Flash Gordon and his exploits in the 21st Century.
Yes it is - I've been doing that. There are other threads that talk about it.We would like to tow the Smart. Is this possible with four on the ground?
isn't this thread IN the towing section? or is there another area i've yet to discover? not trying to be a *ahem* smartarse. i am also looking for a trailer on which to tow my smart. they seem to be very few & far between & this towing section seems more interested in things to tow behind the smart or all 4 down. i'm looking to trailer it behind my RV.There is a towing section in this forum. There is a lot of helpful information there.