Originally Posted by SeeTheUSA
Appreciate your advice. Thanks.
A better question would be to find out if the car is able to lock the steering wheel in the straight ahead position. I'm thinking if the wheel is off center, it'll pull on the tow equipment, may scrub the tires and might do something weird to the steering gear. I have seen vehicles towed backward as you suggest with the steering wheel tied off with a rope of all things. That didn't look to be like a workable solution but it was what it was.
Apparently this vehicle is a mid-engine rear drive so putting the front wheels on the ground seems to be a workable plan. Just try to get it as straight as possible. Using the lock on the steering I expect may work just rule out the straight part.