Adding a tow bar to a company vehicle is one way of increasing its capacity to carry an extra load and thus increase revenue for the company. Tow bar parts are inexpensive to purchase and relatively easy to fit. Another benefit of fitting a tow bar to a car is that it prevents the rear bumper from being damaged in the case of a minor rear-end accident. On private vehicles, the tow bar can be used to pull a small trailer, perfect for packing in extra holiday equipment and freeing up space in the car for passengers.
By law, a tow bar on cars needs to include a wiring loom. This electrical point is designed so that the trailer being towed can show brake lights when braking and indicator lights during turning. This electrical point usually sits close to the tow bar beneath the rear bumper of the car, allowing easy access when plugging the trailer’s electrical harness in. The tow bar itself is made of steel and is designed to take the heavy load exerted upon it by the trailer.
If you want to increase the loads your company vehicles can take, or simply add a tow bar to your private car, then looking online for this purchase is the route to go. Simply punch in your vehicle make and model and then select the correct tow bar you require. Input the delivery address that the tow bar parts need to be delivered to and sit back and wait for the doorbell to ring. Alternatively, add in the delivery address of the fitment centre that will be fitting the tow bar and have it delivered directly to them.