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Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs

Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs

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Tow your vehicle without installing a tow bar or base plates. This tow dolly has a pivoting deck for easy maneuvering and electric brakes for safe stopping. Sliding ramps adjust side-to-side from 34" to 77" to fit most vehicles. Lowest Prices for the best trailers from Roadmaster. Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs part number RM-2050-1 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Trailers - RM-2050-1

  • Tow Dolly
  • Roadmaster
  • 121L x 102W Inch
  • 4250 lbs
  • 2 Inch Ball Coupler

Tow your vehicle without installing a tow bar or base plates. This tow dolly has a pivoting deck for easy maneuvering and electric brakes for safe stopping. Sliding ramps adjust side-to-side from 34" to 77" to fit most vehicles.


Features:

  • Tow dolly makes it easy to tow different vehicles without installing a tow bar and base plates
    • Ideal for cars with front-wheel-drive automatic transmissions
  • Towing deck keeps front wheels of towed vehicle up and off the ground
    • No need for a transmission lube pump system or driveshaft disconnect
  • Loading ramps slide from side-to-side to fit almost any vehicle
    • Laser-cut grooves provide extra traction for safe loading
  • Electric brakes make it safe and easy to stop while towing
    • Helps prevent wear and tear on your RV's brakes
    • Requires an electric brake controller (sold separately)
  • Deck platform swivels 9 degrees for tight cornering and easy maneuvering
  • Heavy-duty trailer tires let you tow heavy vehicles with ease
  • Accu-Lube hubs with grease fittings make it easy to grease the bearings
  • Adjustable wheel nets fit tires sizes that are up to 30" outer diameter x 11" wide
    • Includes ratchets
  • Brake lights with turn signals included
  • Powder-coated steel resists corrosion
  • Polyethylene fenders are durable and won't rust
  • 5-Way, 6-way, or 7-way connector (sold separately) required to activate dolly's brakes
  • Made in the USA
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


Specs:

  • Application:
    • Maximum vehicle weight: 4,250 lbs
    • Fits 12" to 16" wheels
  • Overall length: 121"
  • Overall width: 102"
  • Usable width:
    • Narrow ramp position: 34" from inner tire tread to inner tire tread
    • Wide ramp position: 77" from outer tire tread to outer tire tread
  • Distance from end of coupler to pivot bolt in deck platform: 86-1/2"
  • Dolly weight: 545 lbs
  • Height at fenders: 29"
  • Trailer ball size: 2"
  • Recommended ball height: 17" - 19"
  • Tires: ST205-75R14 radial


When towing your vehicle with a tow bar, all 4 wheels are in contact with the ground. Certain vehicles - namely, those with front-wheel-drive automatic transmissions - require either a transmission lube pump system or a driveshaft disconnect when being flat towed. Using a tow dolly eliminates the need for those by lifting your vehicle's front wheels off the road. In addition, using a dolly eliminates the need for base plates that clutter the front of your towed car, difficult-to-install wiring, and a potentially expensive supplemental braking system. Also, if you want to tow multiple vehicles, this dolly is a great alternative to traditional flat towing because you don't have to purchase and install brackets and wiring for all of your cars.


Superior Design

Electric Brakes

The built-in electric brakes make it safe and easy to stop your vehicle while you're towing. This meets towing requirements, and also helps prevent the extra wear and tear on your RV's brakes that would otherwise occur because of the added towing weight. An electric brake controller (sold separately) must be purchased and mounted inside your RV to complete the installation. In addition, you will need a 6-way or 7-way trailer connector on the dolly so that it can receive the braking signal from your RV.


Universal Compatibility

The sliding ramps offer a 47" range of adjustment to ensure a precise fit for almost any vehicle you decide to tow. Also, the included wheel nets adjust to fit tires that are up to 30" outer diameter x 11" wide.



2050-1 Road Master RM3477 Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs

Installation Details RM-2050-1 Installation instructions



Video of Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs

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Video Transcript for Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster tow dolly with electric brakes. Part number RM-2050-1. Using a tow dolly eliminates the need for installing a base plate, installing difficult wiring, or purchasing an expensive supplemental braking system. It's also great if you want to tow multiple vehicles. This tow dolly features electric brakes, and has a vehicle weight capacity of 4,250 pounds. The adjustable wheel nets fit a wide variety of tires.

The ratcheting mechanism makes securing them easy. The deck tilts for easy loading and unloading. Simply pull out the pivot pin, and the rams tilt to the ground. Our ramps are also adjustable in or out to the width of our vehicle. While in motion, the deck pivots for easy maneuvering around corners. Because it has electric brakes, it's going to make for safer stopping, and it's going to reduce the wear and tear on your RV's brakes.

It's fully wired for brake lights and turn signals. It even includes a license plate bracket. Here's our left turn signal, right turn, running lights, and brake lights. It also has two side marker lights. It's made out of a powder coated steel construction, so it's going to resist rust and corrosion.

Our ramps and wheel cradles feature treads for better traction when loading and unloading. The usable width of our ramps at its narrowest position is 34 inches, the widest is at 77 inches. The overall length of the tow dolly is 121 inches. It's width from tire to tire is 102 inches, and our ramps are 16 and a half inches wide. The whole thing weighs 545 pounds.

Due to the size of this item, it ships via freight. Two ST205-75R14 radial tires are included. The axles features easy lube hubs with a grease circ. You can pass a lock through the coupler latch here to keep it secure, and when not in use the coupler handle makes it easy to maneuver. Now that we've gone over the features, I'll go ahead and show you how to get it set up. First thing we need to do is make sure that our RV is parked on a level surface, and that it's inline with our tow dolly. Then we need to be sure that our RV is in park with the emergency brake on. To hook up our tow dolly, we're going to be working with a two inch ball. You will have to provide your own. It needs to be between 18 and 20 inches from the ground up to the top. We've got 19 here, let's go ahead and hook it up. We want to make sure that our coupler is in the unlock position. Just going to raise it up, and set it in place. Once we've ensured it's all the way on, just go ahead and lock it up. Now let's hook up our safety chains. We're going to criss-cross the left and the right. So what that means is our right side is going to go and hook up to our left, and our left is going to go towards our right. Now let's connect our electric. The tow dolly does come with bare wires, so you have to provide your own connection. This is so you can match the connection to whatever your RV has. With our tow dolly secured to our RV, in preparation for loading our vehicle, we need to pull out the pivot pin, which allows the ramps to drop down. So it's going to be located right here. Pull out the clip, and then the pin. You may have to put a little bit of weight on the platform to pull out that pin, and they should just drop right down. Now we're ready to pull up on to our tow dolly. If our towed vehicle has a rock guard, an air dam, or any other undercarriage components, we may have to remove them so we can pull up onto our ramps. Now let's go ahead and pull on. It's a good idea to get an extra set of eyes when doing so. Also, you may have to build up a little bit of momentum to get up the ramps. It could just make it a little bit easier. When you get into the cradles, you can stop. If it's a front wheel drive vehicle that you're towing, you can just put it in park and then you're all set. If it's a rear wheel drive vehicle, you'll need to check with your owner's manual to ensure that it can be towed so it doesn't damage your transmission. Now let's replace our pivot pin. With our vehicle in place, now we need to lock our steering column. If your vehicle is equipped with a steering column lock, that's great. You just need to make sure it's locked, and then we're all set to go. If it's not equipped with one, you'll need to purchase a locking accessory. Now let's secure our vehicle to the tow dolly with our tie down straps. There is a right and a left side. You need to be sure you're working with the correct side. Now I'm holding it up with the center strap. We need to be sure that our hook is facing towards the rear of the vehicle. The center strap is going over the top of our tire. So let's go ahead and set it in place. Let's secure our hook first. We've got three different options. We need to use the one closest to the center of the tire. Now we need to adjust our buckle. The side straps need to be at the nine o'clock and three o'clock position. As you can see I'm a little bit tight here. I'm going to loosen it up, and straighten it up. That's about where we need to be. Lastly, we can run our ratchet strap. We need to make sure it's in the center of the tire. We'll take the strap, we're going to go through our ratchet, I'm going to adjust it to where it's center with the tire, I'm going to pull it nice and tight, and then I'm going to begin ratcheting it down. Once it's all ratcheted down, we can go ahead and tuck up any excess that we may have, and repeat the same process on the other side. With everything secured we're ready to get on the road. Now like when towing anything, it's not a bad idea to check your straps periodically when you make your stops. Here you see it being pulled behind an RV. The front tires are strapped down securing the vehicle to the tow dolly, while the vehicles rear tires are free to spin. The tow dolly provides a smooth ride, even around corners. Note how the platform pivots as the RV turns corners. That's going to complete our look at the Roadmaster tow dolly with electric brakes, part number RM-2050-1.

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  • Can 2012 Mini Cooper Be Towed With Roadmaster Tow Dolly
    I checked the owner's manual for towing your 2012 Mini Cooper with the Roadmaster Tow Dolly, Item # RM-2050-1, should be fine. The details were somewhat vague in the owner's manual so check yours for particular instructions because each Cooper model has slightly different features and instructions. This tow dolly includes electric brakes so you will need a brake controller. If you do not have a electric brake controller, I recommend the Redarc Tow-Pro Elite Brake Controller, Item...
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  • Can 2005 Mini Cooper with Automatic Transmission be Towed on Tow Dolly
    Yes, I did some checking and the 2005 Mini Coopers with automatic transmissions can be towed on tow dollies like the Roadmaster part # RM-2050-1 that you referenced. This is actually the only way it's recommended to tow them aside from on a trailer. To use the brakes of this kit you'll need to add a 7-way to it with the # ET7WK.
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  • Can 2016 Ford Flex be Towed On Roadmaster Tow Dolly # RM-2050-1
    Yes, your wheel and tire size is perfectly fine to use with the Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-2050-1 that you referenced. At one point Roadmaster listed this as only fitting up to 16 inch wheels but we've found that's not true currently. The vehicle in the review video I attached has much bigger wheels than that.
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  • How to Use 255/75-15 Tires on the Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes Part # RM-2050-1
    Yes, the Replacement Wheel Net for Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-2150 will be correct in order to secure your 255/75-15 tires onto the Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes part # RM-2050-1. This wheel net works with tires up to 30" diameter and your tires are 30.1" diameter which means you will need to let a bit of air out of the tires but nonetheless will still work for you. These wheel nets are currently the largest option they have for this tow dolly. Please keep in mind that the...
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  • Tire Weight Rating Questions
    A tire's weight rating is per tire. For example Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes 4,250 lbs # RM-2050-1, uses # RM-200330-80 tires which has a maximum load capacity of 1,570 lbs each. With 2 tires used, the load capacity of the tires doubles to 3,140 lbs. Since the # RM-2050-1 has an overall load capacity of 4,250, if you subtract the load capacity of the tires, 1110 lbs is the left over towing capacity of the tow dolly itself. Overall, the dolly's capacity is not equal to...
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  • Parts Needed to Tow Two Different Vehicles on a Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes
    Neither of the tow dollies we carry are going to fit both of your vehicles completely. The closest is the Roadmaster # RM-2050-1. It has size ST205/75 R14 radial tires and electric brakes. However, it will only accommodate vehicles up to 77 inches wide at the wheels and wheels that are 12 to 16 inches in diameter. We do carry larger wheel nets like the Erickson # EM58518 which will fit between 14 to 29 inch wheels. The tow dolly has electric brakes but only has a 4-way trailer connector....
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  • Recommended Tow Dolly for 2014 Ford Fusion
    Which vehicle are you asking about towing, a Fusion or the F-250?
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  • Replacement Wheel Strap and Ratchet for Roadmaster Tow Dolly RM3477 # RM-2050-1
    For the Roadmaster Tow Dolly RM3477 # RM-2050-1 the replacement Tie-Down Ratchet is # RM-2110. The replacement wheel strap comes in the universal for tire sizes 12-16 # RM-2150. I have linked all the above mentioned parts to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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  • Tow Dolly for Flat Towing 2018 Honda FIT
    Yes, for your 2018 Honda Fit the Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-2050-1 will fit and work well. I did some checking to confirm that your vehicle can be towed on a dolly and that all checks out.
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  • Tow Dolly That Will Work With 18 Inch Wheels
    There is a tow dolly that will work with your 2017 Nissan Murano's 18 inch wheels but the Roadmaster Tow Dolly # RM-2050-1 will not work with that size wheel; as you noted it will only work with wheels that are between 12 and 16 inches. Instead, I recommend the Demco Kar Kaddy 3 Tow Dolly # DM9713046 as it does not have the wheel restrictions of the Roadmaster. As you can see by the cut out of the linked instructions, the Kar Kaddy has wheel straps that are designed to fit a wide variety...
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  • Recommended Tow Dolly for 2016 Kia Soul Behind Motorhome
    Your 2016 Kia Soul with Sportmatic automatic transmission can be towed on either of the two Roadmaster Tow Dollys we carry as long as you have the 16 inch wheels. The 17 or 18 inch wheels will not work. The factory 205/60-16 tires will work well on either the Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs # RM-2050-1 or the self-steering # RM-2000-1 which will allow the dolly wheels to better track with your motorhome. Either option will offer safe towing for your vehicle. Either...
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  • Recommended Method To Flat Tow a 2012 Kia Optima Hybrid
    The best way to tow a 2012 Kia Optima Hybrid behind a motor coach is on a tow dolly. This vehicle is not able to be flat towed, so I would recommend the Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes - 4,250 lbs, # RM-2050-1. This dolly has loading ramps that slide from side to side to fit almost any vehicle. The deck platform swivels 9 degrees for tight cornering and easy maneuvering. There is a 4 way flat trailer connector included that will wire the lights on the dolly. To utilize the...
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  • Replacement Amber Clearance Light for a Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes Part # RM-2050-1
    In order to replace the amber clearance lights on your Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes part # RM-2050-1 you are going to want to use the Replacement Amber Light for Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-300220-20 which is a direct replacement. This is an entire light assembly and will be your only option as we do not sell just the replacement cover. I have attached a photo of the amber light this will replace for you.
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  • How to Tow a 2001 Toyota Celica behind a Motorhome
    I really wish we had a base plate kit that was a fit for your 2001 Toyota Celica, but at this time none of our manufacturers have anything as a confirmed fit. Only option we have would be a tow dolly like the Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-2050-1. Tow dollies are great as they don't have in-depth installs and can easily be transferred to other vehicles unlike tow bar setups.
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  • Tow Dolly Recommendation for Towing 2017 Ford Escape Front Wheel Drive
    I did some checking and it looks like the front wheel drive 2017 Ford Escapes can be flat towed with a tow dolly. The Roadmaster dolly part # RM-2050-1 would work well for this. This is the dolly that does not have wheels that steer on the dolly. The part # RM-2000-1 has the wheels that move and steer. The steering wheel of the vehicle needs to be locked with either dolly otherwise the vehicle will pivot on the dolly and the fenders will hit the body of the vehicle.
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  • Tow Dolly And Brake Controller For Flat-Towing 2014 Ford Focus SE
    Using the Roadmaster Tow Dolly, part # RM-2050-1 for your 2014 Focus will work great. The dolly has electric brakes and has tail lights so the stress will not be on your car when towing. I recommend the Prodigy P3 Brake Controller, part # 90195. This is a proportional brake controller which means it will apply the brakes on the dolly with the same intensity as the brakes on the towing vehicle. This is one of our most popular because it is easy to install and operate. If you let...
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  • Can the 2015 Honda Odyssey Be Flat Towed Behind a RV
    I have a solution for you, however, a 2015 Honda Odyssey cannot be flat towed behind a RV with 4 wheels on the ground. To tow your Odyssey behind your RV you can use a tow dolly that will allow the front wheels off the ground. The Roadmaster Two Dolly with Electric Brakes, # RM-2050-1, can tow a maximum 4,250 lbs and will fit vehicle's with 12 to 16 inch diameter tires. If your vans gross vehicle weight (GVWR) is less than 4,250 and your tire diameter is bigger than 12 inches but...
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  • Can a 2016 or 2017 Honda Fit be Towed Using a Roadmaster Tow Dolly
    Dolly towing a vehicle is a great way to transport it provided the vehicle owner's manual states that it can be done so I do recommend checking that first. The Roadmaster tow dollies # RM-2000-1 and # RM-2050-1 will accept 12 to 16 inch vehicle tires so as long as the 2016 or 2017 Honda Fit has rims no larger than 16 inch it can be used on either tow dolly. The differences between the two dollies is # RM-2000-1 has an adjustable axle to fit more vehicles. It also has self-steering wheels,...
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  • Flat Towing 2015 Chevy Malibu With E-Assist
    The only way to flat tow a 2015 Chevy Malibu is to dolly tow it. Because of the e-assist feature it is not able to be dinghy or flat towed. I recommend the Roadmaster Tow Dolly with Electric Brakes # RM-2050-1. Your owners manual will allow for dolly towing with the front wheels off the ground. You simply load the front wheels on the dolly, shift to park as usual and then secure the vehicle to the dolly with the wheel nets. This dolly is equipped with electric brakes and all the...
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  • Can a 2015 Nissan Versa Note be Flat Towed Behind an RV with All 4 Wheels on the Ground
    From my research your 2015 Nissan Versa Note has a Continuously Varialble Transmission (CVT) which cannot be flat towed with all four wheels on the ground. It must be towed on a tow dolly or a trailer. We offer tow dollies from Roadmaster that you can use. Parts # RM-2000-1 and # RM-2050-1 both can be used with your Versa Note. The main differences between the them are the weight capacity and that # RM-2000-1 has self-steering wheels. In order to power the brakes on either dolly...
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  • Can 2016 Subaru Crosstrek be Flat Towed behind RV on Tow Dolly
    From the research I did on your 2016 Subaru Crosstrek AWD with a manual transmission it is flat towable as-is as long as you follow the instructions in the owners manual for it. That means that the tow dolly that comes with the RV you are renting can be used.
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  • Tow Dolly Recommendation for 2013 Kia Sorento 4 Cylinder
    I did some checking and it looks like your front wheel drive 2013 Kia Sportage can only be towed with a tow dolly. You can't tow it with all 4 wheels down on the road. We have the Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-2050-1 which is a great option that would work well. Flat towing setups are typically more expensive than this dolly and can't easily be transferred to future vehicles like this dolly can so it's not a terrible option. Plus there's no in-depth install like the tow bar setups can have.
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  • Towing a 1990 Mazda Miata MX-5 on a Tow Dolly
    Dolly towing with front wheels off the ground is not recommended by the manufacturer as the bearings could cease up over long distances because of the lack of splash lubricant. It is definitely recommended to disconnect the drive shaft if you will be towing it like that. You can load the vehicle rear tires on the dolly. That will solve the axle issue, however you will want to leave the steering unlocked so the key in the ignition and then use the Pedal to Wheel Vehicle Lock by Master...
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  • Can a 2009 Honda Civic be Flat-Towed
    According to the owner's manual for your 2009 Honda Civic, the vehicle can be towed with all wheels on the ground but you cannot tow the vehicle more than 50 miles and you must keep the speed below 35 mph. Therefore, I would assume this is not feasible for flat-towing behind a motorhome so the best option for you would be to use a tow dolly like the Roadmaster Tow Dolly part # RM-2050-1. This dolly has electric brakes, lighting, and safety chains. You will need a trailer connector like...
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  • Can 2014 Ford Escape be Flat Towed Behind Motorhome
    I took a look at the online owner's manual for your 2014 Ford Escape and it states that it cannot actually be towed behind an RV with all 4 wheels on the ground. Towing the vehicle in this manner can damage the vehicle or transmission. This is likely why there aren't any base plates or wiring kits available for the vehicle. If you have a front-wheel drive model you can pull it behind your RV using a tow dolly like the Roadmaster # RM-2050-1 to lift the front wheels off the ground. With...
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  • Tow Dolly to Allow Towing 2017 Chevrolet Sonic RS Behind Motorhome
    The online owner's manual for the 2017 Chevrolet Sonic RS indicates on page 278 that this specific version of the vehicle cannot be flat towed with all wheels down. Here is the language from the manual: "If the vehicle is towed with all four wheels on the ground, the drivetrain components could be damaged. The repairs would not be covered by the vehicle warranty. Do not tow the vehicle with all four wheels on the ground. The vehicle was not designed to be towed with all four wheels on...
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  • Is Trailer Breakaway Kit Required for Tow dolly
    You do ask a good question. A breakaway system is not required when using the Roadmaster Tow Dolly. And yes, there would definitely be a risk of the towed car jackknifing if the dolly brakes engaged after the trailer decoupling. The rear of the towed car could come around sideways and make a bad situation worse. My technical contact at Roadmaster confirmed that the above information is correct.
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  • Can 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Be Towed on Tow Dolly
    When towing a vehicle on a tow dolly like the part # RM-2050-1 you have to make sure the steering wheel locks so that the dolly doesn't end up slamming into the side of the vehicle. If your Pacifica has a steering wheel lock like most do you'd be fine leaving the vehicle in park and wheels forward. I looked up your vehicle and it can be towed on a tow dolly.
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  • Recommendations For Towing 2016 Kia Sorento All Wheel Drive
    I did some online research of your 2016 Sorento with the all wheel drive. On page 6-25 of your owner's manual it states the vehicle must be towed with a wheel lift and dollies or on a flatbed with all four wheels off the ground. It cannot be towed with all four wheels on the ground or damage to the transaxle or AWD system could occur. I recommend using a tow dolly like part # RM-2050-1. The tow dolly has electric brakes so you will need a brake controller like part # 90195 for the...
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  • Can 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid be Flat Towed
    You'll have to go with exactly what the owners manual of your 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid states for flat towing procedures. I checked an owners manual for your vehicle and since it's front wheel drive it can easily be towed safely on a dolly. The steering wheel of your vehicle does need to be locked otherwise the vehicle will pivot on the dolly and the fenders will hit the body of the vehicle. You would not want to do this with a steering wheel. It should lock when the vehicle is in park.
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