From the bloggers at The Gadget Guru.
Those who enjoy the motorhome or RV lifestyle seem to have a language that’s a bit foreign to newcomers. Take towing a car for example.
While I’ll simply call it, “towing a vehicle,” those who are more familiar with the specific motorhome-related terms may call the car that rolls on all four wheels behind a RV a toad or a dinghy, I’ll simply call it a “tow car.”
With that said, I’m shopping for a tow car for my 1957 Flxible.
Unlike a large Prevost or even many Class A motorhomes, my 34-foot long bus has weight limitations. It seems that keeping the attached vehicle less than 3,000 lbs. would be the wise move so that it doesn’t place too much stress on various engine components.
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