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Has anyone towed a fortwo with a car dolly - front wheels on the dolly and the rear wheels on the ground? If so, any advice/warnings?
Owner's Manual tells you that it can not be towed using that kind of lift that holds the front wheels, it states that it may cause the front suspension to bottom out which could damage it.Has anyone towed a fortwo with a car dolly - front wheels on the dolly and the rear wheels on the ground? If so, any advice/warnings?
If you have the steering wheel held with a bungee, you can indeed back up a toad whether flat towed or on a dolly. I've done it plenty of times with a couple of different 4x4 vehicles I have owned and towed. It's not as easy as with a trailer and takes some practice but it can be done. How do you think an experienced (and proficient) truck driver with double trailers backs up to a dock to unload?And, with a dolly, or flat towing, you cannot back up.
VENDOR....Towing with a dolly puts unnecessary wear on the car. And, with a dolly, or flat towing, you cannot back up.
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Hi Dave, I'm interested in hearing more about the set-up in the foto. Is that a custom dolly? I've asked the forum about Smart on a dolly in the "new member" forum, got some good info I have to pursue, but it looks like you've found the right answer. Thanks for anything you can add either here on in new member's forum, I'm watching bothSomething like this?