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Old 04-18-2018, 01:15 PM   #1
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Will be towing Fiat 500

We are new to RV’ing and are planning on towing our 2012 Fiat 500 behind our ‘07 Fleetwood Bounder Diesel Pusher. Interested to hear about people’s favorite towing rigs and what other things we will need (debris screen, brake assist, wiring, etc. ) The Fiat only weighs 2300 lbs. We will be flat towing. Any suggestions and/or advice would be appreciated!! Thanks
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My favorite site for Towing Info: Remco Store : Remco

I and others use nothing for rocks. I have even removed the Ad Flap that goes across the back of the motor home as I belief it causes issues with rocks. I have been towing for 6-7 years w/o a problem.
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I don't have anything to add, but I saw the topic was covered here:Towing the Fiat 500

Good luck in your search!
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I recently set a car up to flat tow ( kia soul ) however the fiat was a top contender in my search. I researched several different equipment options on this forum. I would recommend a tire monitoring system as well.... so you might add that to your list while doing your research.
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