The more traditional towbar.
This type is often used on commercial vehicles and cars that require the option to add a bumper guard or Ball and pin towball.
The Swan neck Towbar is sometimes viewed as being a bit neater aesthetically thanks to its slimmer design.
The swan neck design is also less likely to interfere with reverse sensors.
The swan neck detachable is by far the best choice if you would like to see virtually no sign you have had a towbar fitted. In many cases the swan neck detachable is completely invisible once removed.
This type also eliminates any chance of interfering with reverse sensors.
Often referred to as after market wiring this style is a simple lighting set up.
This type would piggy back the existing lights at the rear of you vehicle and bypass the body control module.
Both universal and dedicated wiring is covered by our lifetime guarantee.
Sometimes referred to as either vehicle specific or dedicated electrics this set up is the more expensive option.
The dedicated wiring is designed to work with the vehicles brain rather than bypass it.
This way of wiring often needs a software update after it has been fitted, this takes only a few minutes and is fully included.
Certain vehicles come equipped with various features like towing stability which would be activated during the software update.
You may be worried that a fixed towbar would interfere with your vehicles reverse sensors.
Most companies will tell you that you HAVE to get a detachable Towbar fitted to avoid issues.
However, over the years we have compiled a list of hundreds of vehicles which we know will work perfectly well with a fixed Towbar.
If you would like to either text or call James/Ashley with your registration and we can tell you prior to booking if your vehicle is compatible with a fixed towbar.
Detachable Towbars are often the go to choice now as a lot of modern Manufacturers design cars to allow a detachable towbar to be fitted so it can be completely invisible once removed.
We have compiled a list of vehicles so we can answer your concerns about what is visible once removed and also if your bumper requires a visible cut.
Feel free to get in touch if you have any queries.