Technology, extra rear-view cameras and a mobile app to ease the burden.
Tech features have made trailering a breeze, even if you're a noob
You've got stuff to move: toys or gear for work. It could be a fishing boat, a utility trailer, or a load of gravel for the work site. If you work for a large company, the vehicle you use to do these things for work might be a fleet truck, in which case unless you're the fleet manager you won't have much of a say in what you drive. But if you're self-employed or buying a vehicle for personal use, the range of choices can be nearly overwhelming. There are vans, midsize pickups, SUVs, and full-siz
Just like the old Tamiya ad.
A Texas tow truck company is in trouble after one of their contract drivers was caught taking a client's car for a joyride by that car's dashcam.
In a misguided attempt to evade being towed a local man tried to drive his car off the back of a parked tow truck.
Sometimes the amount of storage space inside of your vehicle just isn’t enough.
Like something out of a Steve Goodman song, a Philly towing company is under investigation for allegedly setting traps to impound cars.
Properly equipped and thanks to new heat management tech, the latest Toyota Prius will tow a trailer up to 1,600 pounds.
Tesla used to only tow your warrantied Model S 50 miles if something covered went wrong. Now it's 500 miles, but that's still not the industry standard.