As every model of motor vehicle has a different chassis design it requires a different towbar that may have to be designed to fit the chassis.

It takes approximately 2-3 hours to fit a towbar to most models of vehicles, however some towbars are more complex and, therefore many take more time to fit due to the chassis design or added features such as spoilers or other items.

Below we answer Frequently Asked Questions. If an answer to your question doesn’t appear here, we’d love to hear from you, so please Contact us.

  • Standard towbars are also referred to as Class 2 towbars. They are most distinguished by their tongue and two bolt towbar attachment.

  • Medium duty towbars are also referred to as Class 3 towbars. These have a tongue that can attachment with a pin and clip arrangement. Some Class 3 towbars have flat tongues as an alternative. These towbars generally have a 40mm x 40mm receiver.

  • Heavy duty towbars, also referred to as Class 4 also have a tongue like attachment secured by a pin and clip arrangement and generally have a 50mm x 50mm receiver.

  • A: A taillight protector tow bar runs across the back of a van and turns up at the ends to offers some protection to the rear of the vehicle. These come in either a Class 2 or Class 4 style depending on which vehicle it is.

  • A: Yes. It can be very convenient for your to have your tow bar fitted while you are at work. Where appropriate, it’s important you have permission from your employer, and car parking operators/attendants if you’ll be parked at a parking lot.