Looking for Burton Upon Trent Mobile Towbar Fitters?
Our tow bar fitting Burton On Trent is a well established business based around our very experienced mobile towbar fitters.
They visit our clients at their home or place of work for their convenience. Our mobile tow bar fitters are available Monday to Friday and also on Saturday and Sundays.
When you have requested a quote we will quickly get back to you with a complete quotation for the supply and fitting of your towbar.
Once you have agreed to go ahead we will arrange a suitable day and time to fit the towbar.
In the United Kingdom, there are numerous tow bar manufacturers and suppliers. Remember that availability and exact brands may change over time, so do some research or visit the websites of these manufacturers to obtain the most up-to-date information.
Tow bar manufacturers and suppliers in the United Kingdom that our mobile tow bar fitters use include:
They are a well-known UK-based company that manufactures a wide range of tow bars, towing accessories, and towing-related products.
Another reputable British company that develops and distributes tow bars and towing equipment is PCT Automotive. They provide a variety of tow bar kinds and models to accommodate various automobiles and towing requirements.
Brink Towing Systems:
Brink is a European company with a presence in the UK that sells high-quality tow bars and towing accessories.
They are a manufacturer and provider of tow bars and towing equipment in the UK, with a network of licenced fitters and dealers.
What are the areas of Burton on Trent we cover:
Alder Moor, Alrewas, Anslow, Anslow Common, Anslow Gate, Barton Gate, Barton Turn, Barton-under-Needwood, Blackbrook, Bretby, Burton Upon Trent, Dunstall, Fauld, Hadley End, Hanbury, Hanbury, Woodend, Hatton Hoar Cross, King’s Bromley, Morrey, Meedwood, Newborough, Newborough End, Newchurch, Newton Solney, Orgreave, Overley, Rangemore, Rolleston On Dove, Stanhope Bretby, Stanton, Stretton, Swadlincote, Tatenhill, Tutbury, Weaverslake, Woodend, Woodhouses, Woodlane, Wychnor and Yoxall.
If you want to check, it is these postcodes that our Mobile towbar fitters cover in Burton On Trent:
How do towbars work?
A tow bar, also known as a trailer hitch, operates by establishing a secure connection between the towing vehicle and the object or trailer being pulled. It allows the towing vehicle to safely and effectively draw the trailer or object.
A tow bar works as follows:
Attachment to the Towing Vehicle:
The tow bar is securely fastened to the towing vehicle’s rear bumper. It is often attached to the vehicle’s chassis or frame to ensure a strong and solid connection.
Hitch Ball or Coupling Mechanism:
A hitch ball or coupling mechanism is located at the end of the tow bar. This component attaches to a hitch receiver on the trailer or object being towed. The hitch ball is a spherical component that fits into the coupler on the trailer and allows it to swivel and move independently.
A locking mechanism secures the hitch ball or coupling to the trailer’s hitch receiver. This eliminates unintentional disconnections when towing.
Safety chains are frequently employed as a secondary safety measure. They connect the trailer to the towing vehicle and give an extra layer of protection in the event that the hitch ball or connection fails.
Wiring and Lighting:
When towing a trailer, wiring is frequently required to connect the trailer’s lights and signals to the towing vehicle, allowing other drivers to see your intentions while on the road.
After properly installing the tow bar and firmly connecting the trailer or object, the towing vehicle can draw the cargo. The hitch ball and coupler enable for controlled movement while retaining a strong connection, such as turning corners and navigating curves.
Braking and Stability:
Additional braking systems or weight distribution hitches may be required to provide safe and stable towing depending on the size and weight of the load being towed.
It is critical to select the correct type of tow bar for your unique towing requirements, as well as to follow the installation and safety standards.
Are there different types of towbar?
Yes there is. When choosing our Tow bar Fitting Burton On Trent service you get a choice of 4 towbars.
Fixed Flange Towbars
Fixed Flange Towbars are strong and last a long time, which makes them good for heavy-duty pulling. For business and industry uses, they are often the best choice. But it’s important to keep in mind that some users might not like them visible flange plate because it can get in the way of how the car looks when the towbar is not in use.
Swan Neck Towbars
Swan Neck Towbars are popular because they look good and are easy to use. It’s important to keep in mind, though, that because of how they’re made, they may not work with all cars. Before choosing a Swan Neck Towbar for your car, you should carefully think about your pulling needs, the type of car you have, and any rules or preferences you may have. Also, the right installation and following of local tow laws are necessary to make sure that towing is safe and efficient.
Detachable Swan Neck Towbars
Detachable Swan Neck Towbars are popular with people who like the way a swan neck design looks and want the freedom to take the towbar off when not in use. Because they are both stylish and easy to use, they are a good choice for many pulling situations. But it’s important to make sure the towbar is installed and maintained correctly so that towing is safe and efficient.
Detachable Flange Towbars
Detachable Flange Towbars are convenient because they are easy to take off when not in use. This is especially helpful for people who don’t want a towbar to be noticeable all the time. Because they are flexible and easy to use, they are a good choice for many pulling needs. But it’s important to make sure the towbar is installed and maintained correctly so that towing is safe and efficient.
So if you you are unsure and you want to speak with one of Tow bar Fitting Burton On Trent team call us or make an enquiry through our contact page.