The tray of the EZE tow is the lowest of any dolly made, because there is no pivot pan or steering axle...only about 6" off the ground.
This picture shows the old style ramps.
More pics are here:
Doubt the Malibu would have a problem, but couldn't be sure...jacking the car is smart.
About bumping the RV's hitch on the ground, we have only done it once - caused by a car that cut us off in a Denny's parkinglot entrance. Had to cut the turn or slam on the brakes...I knew it was gonna hit, but despite a bit of grinding, there was no damage.
We have a receiver that is at 24" above the ground and use a 8" drop. Puts the hitch at 16" so the dolly's tongue is slightly nose high, but it works perfectly.
We have a light duty receiver on the toad (a small SUV) used to move the dolly around (plus it works for a bike carrier and a cargo tray) and have only needed to use it to move the dolly 1 time in about 15,000miles.
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
I have seen gross intolerance shown in support of tolerance, Samuel Coleridge
WE LOVE OUR OUTLAW RV