My towing vehicle is a Ford Ranger Wildtrack. This was specifically purchased from new for the job of towing. Features of this vehicle include:
Traffic Sign Recognition
Adaptive Cruise Control
Anti-Sway Trailer Control for Towing
Emergency Brake Assist
3500kg Towing Capacity
With a 3.2-litre, 200BHP engine and 350lb/ft of torque, this vehicle is perfect for the task.
With complete protection from the elements, discretion, and security in mind, the RT6 is the number one transport choice for wide race and supercars. Offering a load limit of 2190kg, the internal dimensions are as follows: Width: 2350mm | Height: 1890mm | Length: 5500mm.
Tri-Axle Running Gear
10 Inch Wheels
Low Profile Tyres for a Low Centre of Gravity
Ultra Low Loading Angles
Hydraulic-Assisted Tilting Bed
Additional Race Ramps
Internal and External LED Lighting System
Rear View Camera
Fully Remote Adjustable Winch
For larger and heavier vehicles not suited to the RT6, I operate the Brian James T6. With load bed dimensions of 5500mm x 2280mm and a max load of 2600kg, she can move the majority of vehicles with ease.
Equipped with tri-axle running gear and a hydraulically-assisted tilt bed, a low loading angle can be achieved. A winch is also fitted to facilitate loading where necessary. The T6 is a very stable platform for moving all types of vehicle.
The third and last trailer in my fleet is a 2003 Indespension. This is a twin-axle flatbed utilised for the transfer of accessories, parts, engines, gearboxes, and other items as and when required. This has a maximum load of 2820kg.