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Old 12-31-2017, 11:27 AM   #57
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Thanks to the both of you for responding. Yes my Mini is a FWD automatic so should be fine. This is a great site.
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Old 01-04-2018, 08:17 PM   #58
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You are welcome gedlaw! Happy to help! Just towed my mini to Tallahassee and back (500 mi round trip) - easy peasy and no problems at all!
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Originally Posted by Jcf0527 View Post
Mine is definitely FWD rather than AWD, but itís a valid point- I wouldnít dolly tow an AWD anything unless all the wheels were off the ground (that means car hauler trailer).

My MasterTow has surge brakes so no need for a controller at all. My steering wheel locks and Iíve not received any errors after unloading the car.

Just my experience.
I towed my Acura MDX AWD for thousands of miles with no problems, the owners manual indicated it was flat towable just like the Honda CRV's. Just so you know that there are some AWD vehicles that are flat towable.
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