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Old 03-21-2022, 09:03 AM   #1
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Flat Towing

Has anyone flat towed a 2005 Honda Civic automatic or should it be on a Dolly. I have a class A plan to tow the Honda on our vacation. Thanks
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Use a dolly.

There was a lot of controversy back in the day as to what Hondas with automatics could and couldn't be towed 4-down but I believe the consensus was that any Civic after the 2002 model year with an automatic should NOT be flat towed.
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Check the owners manual.
I've been pulling my 07 Accord for 50k miles now. Said not over 35 mph. Ya right.
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Check the owners manual.

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