When drivers decide to enter the world of towing, there are a number of considerations they should have before purchasing a hitch for their vehicle. The first is, of course, the make of the hitch. There are a large number of manufacturers out there for hitch and towing related products and it can be a daunting task to sort through them all, weigh their features, pros and cons and finally select one for the purchase. For so important an item, it is generally advised to stay away from unknown brands without warranties. These may seem like a good buy in the moment, but it is often more beneficial to spend slightly more to acquire the peace of mind that comes with a more trusted name and warranty.
Valley Hitches are first and foremost custom designed to fit a large number of vehicles that are on the road today, so it shouldn't be difficult to find one for your particular car, truck or SUV. These hitches are also popular for their ability to haul large loads, and weights of up to 12,000 pounds are available depending on the type of hitch purchased. Furthermore, a buyer can select the hitch class, whether I, II, III, IV, or V depending on the vehicle and need.
Valley hitches tend to be popular because of their ease of install. They are coated with a black polyester paint which is designed to withstand oxidation, rust and any corrosion that might occur over time. For this and other reasons, the manufacturer provides a lifetime warranty.
A second possibility would be to look into Curt Hitches. Curt Hitches have become more and more popular largely because of the high quality fit and strength of its robotic welding. Accessories, such as a T-connector can be added to ensure that turn signals and brake lights can be easily integrated--this being a key safety consideration of towing in general. Curt hitches are custom made for most vehicles and come in a wide variety of custom colors. Cleaning is easy because of the open-back design and on top of all this, the product carries a lifetime warranty.