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Finding the right hitch for your vehicle can be difficult because there are a wide variety of hitches in the marketplace. You have to figure out what class of hitch you need which could be any number between 1 through 5. You also have to figure out if your car, truck, SUV, or van can actually take a hitch. You may see a hitch that is compatible with your vehicle but you have to be aware that some companies can say that their hitch is compatible but it does not mean that it actually is compatible. (Vielmetti, 2015). You have to be very careful to get the right class, the right hitch, and you have to make sure that it is compatible with your car.
We have plenty of articles about the different types of hitches on this blog. But, here are a few you have to consider: 5th wheel hitches, ball hitches, and gooseneck hitches. If you are driving a car then you are going to be using a ball hitch. Most of the other hitches are for trucks and the above. However, you will find times when a ball hitch is appropriate for a truck as well. It all depends on what you are transporting and what you are doing. If you are not a commercial trucker or someone who moves equipment or other gear on a regular basis then a ball hitch is probably what you need. You should check on this, however, because every individual case is different and you have to be extremely careful to get the right hitch for your car and the job at hand.
Once you have all that figured out then your next problem is to figure out what else you should know and the other thing you should know is that you should always weigh your cargo. It helps protect you, your passengers, and any fellow drivers from accidents. The other thing you need to know about that is weighing your cargo is actually fairly difficult to do. You are not supposed to drive until you know that your cargo is within the limits of your hitch. The problem with that is that most of the devices that could weigh the cargo are not available at your house except for some very certain situations like being a farmer or having another job where having an industrial strength scale makes sense. It is a catch-22 where you should not go anywhere until the cargo is weighed but you need to go somewhere to get the cargo weighed. A solution is to set up your own weighing station using a bathroom scale. It is a difficult set-up that involves elevating the bathroom scale to ball height and then placing the hitch tongue on the bathroom scale. You might have already noticed the problem with this setup and that is if the cargo exceeds the maximum weight the scale can handle then it will not work.
Luckily, there is a fix for this problem. You can get a Weigh Safe hitch 4-inch drop hitch with a 2-inch shaft that will weigh your cargo as you pack it. The Weigh Safe hitches also come in other sizes as well but the Weigh Safe 4-inch drop hitch with a 2-inch shaft is probably the one most people are going to look for when selecting a hitch. Again, all you have to do is load your hitch as you usually do the built-in scale will do the rest. It cannot be any easier than that or simpler to set up.
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Vielmetti, Bruce. "Couple Sue Car Dealer over Promise Vehicle Could Tow."Couple Sue Car Dealer over Promise Vehicle Could Tow. JSonline, 12 Aug. 2015. Web. 02 May 2016.