I am leasing a Santa Fe Sport T / ultimate package. I would like to know about adding a tow hitch and towing a small Uhaul trailer.

Asked by Sep 25, 2015 at 10:25 AM about the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe

Question type: Car Customization

I have a few pieces of furniture that I need to move from PA to MN.  It is cost
prohibitive to pay a moving company so I was thinking or renting a small
trailer to tow myself.  I,veg never towed like this before - any thoughts or
recommendations?

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2,000 lbs and from you are saying you want to tow you should be good, nothing special. Purchase a tow hitch if you don't have one, wire up the lights and you are ready to go. You said you never towed before, get into the right lane on the highways take your time. Backing up will be a pain if you never done it, and be careful and leave enough room when turning corners...

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Uhaul has add-on hitches availible non-permanent bolt-on. Most towing hitches are welded on.

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