I just bought an 06 f150 4-door with the 5.4 triton 2wd
Anywho, my parents and family live about 240 miles from where I'm stationed, and I like to make trips home on weekends sometimes. Whenever my miata is complete, I'd like to start taking it home with me sometimes, and it seems the best option is to tow it:
Theres the two wheel dolly option, which may be the cheapest (or not?) but I would have to leave the rear two wheels on the ground and have to unhook the driveshaft everytime I went to tow it.
Second option is an actual car hauler trailer where the car is driven up onto the trailer and strapped down, these are very expensive and I cannot afford it, basically not an option.
Third option is a utility trailer that's big enough to fit the miata on, and has a large enough weight capacity to safely haul the miata. I'm not sure about regulations on this and if it's legal/safe. Although I see no reason why it wouldn't be as long as the trailer is loaded correctly.
Basically I'm looking for anyone's advice that may have experience doing something like this and what you wound up doing/what's the cheapest route while still being safe?
is what I meant by a utility trailer in case you were confused, although I'm not sure if that particular one is big enough.