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Post Info TOPIC: Honda Accord - Flat Tow

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Honda Accord - Flat Tow

Hi everyone . . .

This question has probably been asked 1,000 times, but I need some help. I own a 2006 Honda Accord (in perfect condition) that I would like to flat tow. Honda says, no go, but I've read and heard of folks who tow it without any problems. Remco even indicates it can be towed without any modifications as long as you stick to the Honda's Emergency Towing Procedures.

Any advice? 

-- Edited by WahooTatoo on Tuesday 19th of May 2015 05:51:00 PM

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