As seen in the previous posts...cars that can flat tow are a shrinking collection.
We use a dolly...it's just safer for the car:
No need to cut the car's front fascia for base-plates in the critical crush zone of the car's front end...
No rock strikes with the car up high on the dolly...
No miles added to the lower driveline of the car...
No extra cost to change cars...
No penalty at resale - explaining those holes in the car's front fascia or those unrecorded miles.
And you can tow any front wheel drive car...no modifications to the car...period.
Dollies do not require registration in most places. And at only 4-5 foot long, it fits easily under the front or rear of the RV when parked for extended periods at an RV park spot...we've never been asked to store it off site.
We take the same or less time to load and unload the car as our travel partners who flat tow. And with proper set-up, there is no reason to ever kneel under the car during loading.
It's so odd...Folks will spend hundreds of dollars to modify a car to flat towing, but won't spend a few bucks to add a chain hoop or cable loop to the car's frame to connect safety chains more easily when dolly towing
Pick a dolly and your car (any front wheel drive car) will be very happy on the dolly
And here's an idea...go to U-Haul and rent a dolly to tow any front wheel drive car that is handy, for a trip or two. If you hate it, no problem and little lost cash. U-Haul dollies are SUPER STRONG (but heavy) Master Tow style units and will give a taste of what it's like to have the car along.
Which ever way the OP picks to tow a car...and anyone else...PLEASE get brakes, with a brake-away device for the car. It is not required in many places, but smart and safer.