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Old 04-18-2013, 10:40 AM   #1
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Is there any experience or thoughts about towing a smart car???

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Why tow it? Just toss it in the basement

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Lots of info out there:

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Or this: Towing Smart Car behind RV - Smart Car of America Forums : Smart Car Forum

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If the car was really SMART, you could train it to just follow.

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If the car was really SMART, you could train it to just follow.

<rim shot> That...was funny.
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To me that would be a type of car I would pull in a single axle Bike in close trailer. Couldn't see myself towing one, it would be like towing a Can Am Bike.

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