Volkswagen Beetle Trailer Hitches

The Volkswagen Beetle is an economy car that has had a lot of impact in many people’s lives all over the world. It is a family car that has been made in different shapes and styles. You can get a coupe, a three door and even a four door Beetle. When travelling, you can use any of the Volkswagen Beetle trailer hitches to help you carry along some extra weight. The smallest of the Beetles is 1.4 L while the strongest is 2.0 L. This means that whichever Beetle trim you own, you can tow a range of loads, provided they are within its maximum load capacity. There are basically two types of Volkswagen Beetle trailer hitches that you can use and which have been designed to accord your car a safe drive. There are receiver hitches which are open ended and which are meant to receive the other end from the trailer. There are also knob/ball trailer hitches which are meant to hook to one end of the trailer. You can choose many of the categories under each of these hitches from the shop.

Because the VW Beetle is a rather smallish car that is associated with the small affairs or even the fun activities that one can indulge in, the class of hitches that you can attach will basically fall under Class I and II. These classes of trailer hitches allow the car to tow light weights. CARiD has a full range of hitches that you can use to attach to the rear of your car. Upon visiting the shop online, you will have an opportunity to choose from the wide variety and also have a chance to be advised by the very experienced experts on the hitches and many accessories that will accentuate their usability.

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There are four major types of trailer hitches, regardless of whether they are installed at the factory or added on afterward. A hitch may simply have a bar sticking out past the bumper with a ball mounted to it. Or there may be a square receiver that takes a ball mount that slides into it. In all cases, there are different weight ratings.
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