Sold wholesale direct to the public

Our products are sold wholesale direct to the public, which means there is no middleman. This has been our business model since we entered the trailer industry in 2001. As a result, we are able to provide you with brand new, high-quality tow dollies at great prices. No matter where you search for a car tow dolly for sale, our prices are hard to beat.

Take some time to review the features of each car dolly. Feel free to contact us with any questions, and we’ll help you choose the best car tow dolly for your needs.

Car Tow Dolly & Accessories

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Galvanized EZ Haul Stand Up Idler Car Tow Dolly

Galvanized EZ Haul Stand Up Idler Car Tow Dolly

$1,649.00
Our production times vary depending on the time of year. Please reach out to us so we can provide an approximate shipping date. The EZ-Haul with Brakes is an extremely popular product and we do...

Galvanized Stow and Go Folding Car Tow Dolly with Surge Brakes

from $2,550.00
Our production times vary depending on the time of year. Please reach out to us so we can provide an approximate shipping date. The Stow

Stand-Up EZ Haul Idler Car Tow Dolly

from $1,549.00

Premier Car Tow Dolly 4,900 lb.

from $1,479.00

Tow Max Heavy Duty Car Tow Dolly 4,900 lb.

from $1,299.00

Take some time to review the features of each car dolly. Feel free to contact us with any questions, and we’ll help you choose the best car tow dolly for your needs.

Home of Tow Max, Premier, Stow -and- GO, and the original EZ-Haul Car Tow Dolly

At Tow Better Dolly, we offer four different car tow dolly brands with features that you need; features that you want; and features that give you peace of mind when you’re on the road. Our entry-level Tow Max is outfitted with a tilting pan and locking safety collar. The electric brake compatible Premier is similarly outfitted, but this high-gloss black trailer comes appointed with diamond tread plate. Both trailers ride on 14" wheels that are attached to hard-wearing spindles and cast hubs. This solid arrangement gives you the necessary confidence to tow a vehicle combination at highway speeds.

Simply put, Stow -and- GO Folding Tow Dolly is transformative. Its extraordinary design provides a space-saving solution by allowing the user to reduce the trailer’s length from 132.5" to 72" just by folding the trailer’s tongue and ramps. That’s a size reduction of nearly 50 percent. And that’s space you can use for something else in your driveway, garage, or RV lot. Stow -and- GO Folding Tow Dolly with hydraulic drum brakes is available in two finishes: galvanized steel and high-gloss black with diamond tread plate accents.

EZ-Haul Disc and EZ-Haul Idler are our lightweight but heavy-hauling dollies. Each is equipped with adjustable—and detachable—steel ramps allowing them to transport cars and trucks up to 79" wide. Assembled with UFP Trailer Buddy® components, EZ-Haul Disc is the EZ-Haul with surge brakes. Both trailers are designed with the ability to be stood on end and stored. As a result of our unique Stand-and-Store concept, EZ-Haul requires less space in an RV lot or garage. EZ load. EZ tow. EZ store.

All of our car tow trailers are constructed of heavy-duty steel and roll on high-performance tires. More importantly, when secured with the supplied heavyweight nylon wheel straps* and security chains, each towing dolly for sale can haul cars, trucks, and SUVs with curb weights of up to 5,000 lb.

Car tow dolly advantages

When looking at options for towing an automobile behind a recreational vehicle (RV), you have a few choices: flatbed trailer, tow bar, or car dolly (also known as a trailer tow dolly or RV tow dolly). The use of a flatbed trailer allows the automobile to be transported on the bed of the trailer with all four wheels off the ground. So, there is no tread wear. In contrast, when utilizing a tow bar, all four wheels remain on the ground, and the automobile is pulled directly behind the tow vehicle. A benefit of the tow bar is that it’s easily stored. Car tow dollies, the last option, keep the automobile’s front wheels supported on the dolly while the rear wheels remain on the ground. This combination is easily maneuvered and less likely to require additional equipment.

Each towing option has advantages and disadvantages. However, for most RVers, the advantages of the tow dolly are greater than the disadvantages. An RV dolly is easier to load and easier to store than a flatbed trailer. Using a tow bar adds miles to the towed vehicle’s odometer, but using a trailer car dolly may not. Unlike flatbed trailers and tow bars, many car tow dollies are equipped with brakes. And trailers without them can be fitted with an aftermarket kit for a fraction of the cost of a portable braking system—which you would need to purchase if using a tow bar.

*The provided wheel straps are universal and will fit most 14” to 17” standard wheels. The dolly will accommodate larger wheels but different straps will be required.