Can an Automatic Vehicle Be Flat-towed?

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Gregory Paulsen
Gregory PaulsenProfessional Claim Inspector

Posted on Feb 25, 2023

Yes, an automatic vehicle can be flat-towed. In order to do so, you will need a tow bar, tow ball, and safety chains. First, connect the tow bar to the vehicle's tow hitch. Then, connect the tow ball to the tow bar. Finally, connect the safety chains to the tow ball and the vehicle. Make sure that the chains are tight before driving.

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