Tow dolly is described as a short, two-Wheel trailer coupled to the motorhome for transporting a car or other towed vehicle with two of the vehicle's wheels off the ground. The towed vehicle is driven up the dolly ramps so that two wheels rest on the dolly and the other two wheels are on the ground. Tow dollies are not applicable for certain rear-wheel-drive vehicles.

Ref: 124252/2006-09-30


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): towers, Town

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