I wish I had someone willing to drive my car there for free, I don't have a lot of friends lol but yeah I might end up just towing but I heard is not as easy as it sounds
Thank you for replying, by any chance do you remember the dimensions of the trailer or the name? The U haul guy said that my car won't work with their towing add on cuz my car doesn't have rear traction.Uhaul does have a trailer that the smart car will fit on, I have personally loaded my 451 on to one. At the time the trailer was being towed by a uhaul pickup truck, but i saw that all the rental box trucks also have towing capabilities as well. See their website for details.
I KNEW IT!!!! I am not a car expert and I am young but I can use google. You know what, I am just gonna go to a different Uhaul. Thank you so much for all your help Jeb. God bless you.Nini, your car is a rear wheel drive vehicle, so it does have rear traction! Anyways, I txted the person who rented the trailer, it definitely was a uhaul, and it was the only one Uhaul rents to haul cars. He doesn't remember the exact cost, but thought it was about $50. I remember having to wiggle the ramps together a bit, but the car fit in the tracks. It was not a flatbed.