Towed vehicle is identified as a car, pickup truck, or sport utility vehicle pulled behind the motorhome using a tow bar, tow dolly or trailer. This auxiliary vehicle often is more suitable to drive on backcountry roads or into town than a large motorhome. In addition, the motorhomer does not have to break camp to make short trips into town. Also referred to a dinghy or toad.

 

Ref: 124254/2006-09-30


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