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Old 01-27-2013, 09:20 AM   #1
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hello everyone I'm new from California my name is Ron. I wonder if some of you might help me? I have a Motorhome - Navion IQ, and I want to know if I can safely tow my 2010 Honda Civic automatic four down?

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Hi Ron and welcome to the forum.

I have moved your thread from the New Member Check In forum to the Toads forum where you'll get more views.

There are two "bibles" when it comes to what can be towed four down. Motorhome Magazine has a towing guild you can access on line and Remco has one as well located here: Store : Remco

Best of luck.


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Owners manual is the best place to look. Remco says it is towable 4 down with certain speed & distance restrictions.
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Please consider the weight of the car and is it within the hitch and coach rating (GCWR).
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