Where do you attach the tow hook on a Honda Civic?

Where do you attach the tow hook on a Honda Civic?

The 2018 Honda Civic has a tow hook located in the front of the car, on the passenger’s side. You will have to bend over to locate the hook which is positioned a bit under the car. Honda does not recommend using the car to tow other cars or other loads.

How do you tow a Honda Civic?

How to Tow a Honda Civic

  1. Start the engine of the Honda Civic and put the transmission in the lowest “D” setting.
  2. Allow the car to sit in this setting for 30 seconds.
  3. Move the shifter up into the next “D” setting and allow it to sit in this setting for another 30 seconds.

Are tow hooks safe?

Tow hooks, once properly installed, will go a long way towards preventing damage to both vehicles and will help ensure that you can get your car to safety. Tow hooks are also designed to minimize sway and vibration, which can again lead to damage to the vehicles.

Can you put a hitch on a Civic?

A Honda Civic trailer hitch allows you to expand your capacity for fun. Civic trailer hitches transform your small profile vehicle to one that delivers big results. We also carry all of the towing accessories you need, from trailer wiring harnesses to ball mounts, which allow you to tow safely and conveniently.

Can a Honda Civic be towed on a tow dolly?

A tow dolly is designed to pull a vehicle behind another vehicle with the idle wheels — non-driving wheels — on the the ground and the driving wheels off the ground. The Civic, however, has a very straightforward towing process when using a dolly and requires no special preparation.

Are tow straps legal?

Tow straps, chains, or a towing bar is a must. Don’t tow another vehicle with ropes or any other method that is not approved for towing! Tow straps or chains can be kept in a vehicle and is recommended to have as part of a vehicle emergency kit.

Can you put a hitch on a Civic hatchback?

You can use any point along the frame of your 2018 Honda Civic Hatchback. To install the hitch, I recommend using a hydraulic jack and stands like # PTW1605 just in front of the rear tires along the frame and putting the jack stands back as far as you can without impeding the location of the installation.