Our Towbar fitting Nottingham service has a great reputation, you just need to view our reviews. The good news is that our mobile towbar fitting service covers the whole of the Nottingham area.
Covering all the areas of Nottingham our mobile towbar fitters go to Wollaton and Beeston to the west, Hucknall and Woodthorpe to the north, Colwick and Carlton to the east and West Bridgford and Clifton to the south of Nottingham.
The postcode areas of Stoke on Trent are also covered like Mansfield, Newark On Trent, Grantham, Sutton in Ashfield and Sleaford.
For confirmation here is the list of Nottingham postcodes that our Mobile towbar fitters go to:
NG1, NG2, NG3, NG4, NG5, NG6, NG7, NG8, NG9, NG10, NG11, NG12, NG13, NG14, NG15, NG16, NG17, NG18, NG19, NG20, NG21, NG22, NG23, NG24, NG25, NG31, NG32, NG33, NG34,
NG70, NG80, NG90.
Choose the best tow bar fitting in Nottingham
Our highly qualified and experienced installers have years of experience installing towbars and electrics, and they have all received the greatest training available. For all of our towbars, we offer affordable, fast fitting for the trade and the general public. Our reputation for tow bar fitting in the industry is very good.
The towbars we use are all EC type authorised and made by respectable British and European manufacturers who adhere to the toughest industry standards. Our work is 100% guaranteed.
Quick checklist why to choose Trailertrek
Free no obligation quotation with competitive prices.
Our TrailerTrek sales team are friendly, polite and knowledgeable about products.
We offer a fast and efficient service.
Customer service and satisfaction is guaranteed.
We are fully insured.
Our mobile towbar fitters visit you at home or workplace.
We fit all the major towbars available in the UK, here are 2 towbar manufacturers.
Common question we get asked about towbars is:
– What is the towing capacity of my vehicle?
– The Vehicle Identification Number Plate, or VIN Plate, is imprinted with the precise towing weight for your car.
If you do not know the VIN plate is typically positioned on a door pillar or under the hood; if you are having trouble finding it, consult the owner’s manual since it should include information on its location.
The VIN plate will either be a sticker or an alloy plate that is fastened to the vehicle’s body using rivets.
Three or four sets of weight will be displayed on the VIN plate; these weights serve as a guide to determine whether your car is overloaded.
The owner’s manual for the car will also have information on towing weight, but you should always double-check the VIN plate.
Then following from that question we also get asked this question :
– Is my vehicle approved for towing?
The maximum weight and towing approval for your car can be found on the VIN plate, this is how you know if your vehicle is approved for towing.
The weights on the VIN plate—which, as previously mentioned, will show three or four sets—are what the authorities use to calculate if your car is overloaded.
The VIN plate contains three or four rows of numbers on it.
The Maximum Allowable Mass (MAM) of the vehicle, including the occupants, fuel, and cargo, is shown in the first row as the gross vehicle weight.
The maximum permitted mass of the vehicle and caravan combined is shown in the second row as the gross train weight.
Maximum Axle Loads for the front and rear are in the third and fourth rows, respectively.
Maximum towing capacity suggested by the manufacturer for Gross Train Weight (second row) less Gross Vehicle Weight (first row).
Our Towbar fitting Nottingham service encourages any questions that people have. Using towbars and fitting them are not as simple as you might think at first.
So you need to use a professional and choose one with great experience, choose TrailerTrek for your next tow bar fitting requirement.