To everyone who replied thanks for your input - there are just so many choices it can be confusing - well at least to me.
Just when I was going to go to a local business to purchase a dolly the dear Mrs. and I had the following conversation:
Me: So I'm going to purchase that car dolly so we can tow the SUV on our upcoming July trip (it's 2 weeks; our longest outing yet)
Mrs: That's good, can we take the golf cart as well?
Me: No we can't the dolly can only be used for towing a car
Mrs: Well that's not going to help us when we go to Disney and need to take the golf cart? How about when we go to the Keys and you want to take your motorcycle, can we tow the motorcycle with that dolly thingy?
No, the car dolly only tows cars, that's why they call it a CAR DOLLY!
Mrs: Well I don't like it then, we need something to take our golf cart and motorcycle as well.
Me: We don't need the golf cart, motorcycle AND car all at the same time! The car dolly will tow our SUV or car. Later I'll get a utility trailer for the golf cart and motorcycle!
Mrs: Why can't you get something for all 3?
Because it just doesn't work that way, it's either a care or the golf cart & motorcycle
Mrs: Just get a really BIG trailer that we can use for either the car or the golf cart and motorcycle
So just curious but how much more difficult would a flat bed car carrier be to tow rather than a car dolly? I figure with a flat bed I could either put the car on it of stow the golf cart and motorcycle (Shadow 1100)
Is it better to just purchase a car dolly and a separate utility trailer for the golf cart and motorcycle?
The funny thing is we'll use the golf cart/motorcycle set-up 3 or 4 times for every 1 time we use the car/SUV as we mainly do long weekend trips and only a 1-2 week trip once and possibly twice a year.