I've noticed some postings regarding towing but still not clear if flat towing (I think that's what it's called when all 4 wheels are on the pavement) is okay - I have a 29' 'C' class RV and want to tow mine (when i get it) - Sorry if I'm rehashing something that has been discussed, but I have been reviewing past post for the last couple of hours and can't find anything definite - Thanks,

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Comment by spicejax on October 4, 2009 at 6:06am
@wayne blackstock How about posting some photos of your smart in the trailer? Thanks MJB
Comment by Tom & Marlene Lightfoot on October 1, 2008 at 10:10pm
Drew, in addition to information on the blue-ox site, Roadmaster also has info on baseplates and installation instructions for the smart. Check out the Roadmaster Kit #52285-1. It is designed for thesmart and you can download the instructions if you are interested in assessing the difficulty of the install. I have looked at the Roadmaster and the Blue-ox instructions and find them to be almost identical. I will be going with the Roadmaster as I already have a Roadmaster tow bar. A recent issue of Motorhome Magazine featured an article on the smart and stated that it is towable four down. Hope this helps.
Comment by wayne blackstock on October 1, 2008 at 10:00pm
Hi, I bought a 7x12 enclosed trailer and the car fits perfect i will be towing it behind my motorhome. you can flat tow the car. go to blue ox site. wayne

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