One of the most versatile rigs on the road today is the toy hauler. Built with the rear portion designed as a garage, a toy hauler allows you to bring along all the toys that will enable you to combine camping with your favorite hobby.
Want to tow a car behind your RV? Then you’ll either need a tow dolly (to tow the car with 2 wheels off the ground) or an auto trailer (to tow 4 wheels up). Or you'll need to know how to flat tow a vehicle four wheels down. And if you want to take along boats, bicycles, motorcycles, or scooters then you'll need a toy hauler, a specialized rack, or an electric lift for your RV. Here, RVers show you how to flat tow a Jeep Wrangler... or any other type of toad for RVing. Plus everything you need to know about triple towing, double towing, flat towing, towing four wheels down, towing two wheels down, trailering a car behind a motorhome, and hitching a fifth wheel trailer to your pickup truck.
When the RV trailer’s load isn’t spread out properly, disaster can strike without warning. Here are the best tips for avoiding trailer sway.
Tips for stopping and braking when pulling a trailer, driving at highway speeds, and balancing your RV’s weight distribution. If you’ve never towed a trailer behind a truck or motorhome before, then read this first!
An equalizer hitch is probably the most important part of towing a travel trailer. That, and how well you properly load the trailer. Here are my best tips for loading and towing RV travel trailers.
Ever have a trailer breakaway from your hitch before? I have. Here’s how to properly mount and hook up a fifth wheel hitch on your pickup truck.
If you own an RV and you enjoy camping, boating and/or fishing, then check out our best picks for small lightweight fishing boats that are easy to transport and store.
There are a number of ways you can tow an extra set of wheels behind your motorhome. Serious thought needs to be given before you decide what type of vehicle will suit your needs best, and which is the best way to tow it. Here are the best options for RVers…
Deciding which RV is right for you may be easier if you think of it as buying a HOME instead of thinking of it as buying an RV. After all, if you’re going to be a fulltime RVer, your RV will BE a home. Here’s what you need to know about the types and sizes of RVs, travel trailers, and motorhomes; towable trailers and tow vehicles, RV floorplans, and more!
What follows are all the best resources I could find regarding towing with a motorhome. If you’ve got a question about towing another vehicle or a trailer behind your motorhome, chances are you’ll find the answer here.
We are planning to tow our 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited behind an RV someday soon. Here’s what we’ve learned about towing four wheels down, and how to shift the transfer case into Neutral.