Trailer Hitches for Towing
Whether you're moving, hauling, biking, boating, camping - or doing it all - it all starts with a U-Haul trailer hitch.
You can find your perfect fit hitch today, just let us know what kind of vehicle you have using the form above.
With U-Haul you can choose to purchase the hitch receiver and ship it to yourself or schedule an installation at a U-Haul store near you. U-Haul is the only trailer hitch installer that allows you to purchase and schedule online. It’s only a few simple steps and you’re on your way!
When we install a hitch on your car, you can add guarantee replacement with no limitation for any damage, including collision, corrosion, accidental overload, jackknifing and theft of vehicle. Also available is a wiring service plan to cover you for two years.
We have best bike racks to suit your bicycle-hauling needs. Whether you want a top-of-the-line bike rack to haul all bikes for a group of friends or a smaller bike rack to carry just one or two, we have them all.
So, go on and check out the wide variety of bike racks available online and in store.
Transform your car into a gear-hauling machine with a cargo carrier! We have both roof-mounted and hitch cargo carriers available from the top industry brands. Use these to extend the cargo space of your car, truck or SUV during your next trip.
Get the right towing accessories to make your vehicle capable of heavy-duty towing. We carry the best accessories to help you accomplish the tough jobs. U-Haul sells weight distribution kits, fifth wheels, hitch steps, front mount accessories and other towing accessories.
Customize Your Towing Setup
If you already have a tow hitch installed, you can begin to customize your tow setup. Whatever your towing needs are, we have you covered.
Available in many rises and drops to ensure you can connect the car or truck hitch to trailers and other accessories.
Keep your trailer, hitch accessories or ball mount safe while unattended with the proper lock.
Available in many sizes for a variety of use cases. Use dual or tri hitch balls for more options.
If you plan on towing a trailer, you’re legally required to have trailer wiring installed. These will ensure the trailer lights work with the vehicle lights.