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 tow dolly. Feel free to contact us with any questions, and we’ll help you choose the best dolly for your needs.

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Home of the original EZ-Haul Car Tow Dolly

At Tow Better Dolly, we offer four dollies 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 Heavy Duty Car Tow Dolly is outfitted witha tilting pan and locking safety collar.The electric brake compatible Premiere Car Tow Dolly is similarly outfitted, but this high-gloss black trailercomes appointed with diamond tread plate.

EZ-Haul CarTow Dolly WHB and EZ-Haul Idler Car Tow Dolly are equipped with adjustable ramps that detach for easy storage. EZ-Haul WHB is our dolly with surge brakes. And both trailers are designed with our unique stand-and-store feature. 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 heavy weight nylon wheel straps*and security chains, each tow dolly 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 options: flatbed trailer, tow bar, or car tow dolly (also known as a trailer tow dolly or RV tow dolly). Each option has its advantages and disadvantages, but the advantages of the car tow dolly are greater than the disadvantages for most RVers.

An RV tow 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 tow dolly does not. Unlike flatbed trailers and tow bars, most car tow dollies are equipped with brakes. And trailers without them can be fitted with aftermarket brakes for far less than the price of a portable braking system, which you would need to purchase if using a tow bar.