The Tow Car Shield is a full coverage protector for your towed vehicle. Similar to a car bra, this towed car protection shields your towed vehicle. Unlike a simple bra, our Tow Car Shield protects your entire front end from under the grill to the top of the windshield.
The Tow Car Shield is designed to reduce or eliminate cosmetic damage like chips and cracks from rocks, scratches from dust and debris, mud, tar, and diesel splatter.
The Tow Car Shield is proudly constructed from 100% Made in America materials. The body fabric is 22 ounce car bra vinyl from Mississippi, and all of the webbing and mil-spec elastic is from mills located on the East Coast. The thread we use is from Texas Thread. All of the hard parts - steel and plastic - are also generated in the United States.
Every make, model and body style has its own pattern and we cannot list every pattern and variant on our website. If ordering online, you will need to tell us what you're towing. If you would like to check if we have your vehicle, please call or email us. Please allow for extra time to find new patterns for current-year models, unusually towed vehicles, or special editions.
Each design is intended to be used on a specific body style only. We do not approve of or encourage any cross-over use of this product. Mirror covers are sold separately.
We have been able to keep the cost of the Tow Car Shield down by limiting the amount of advertising that we (you, the customer) have to pay for. Our competition, the makers of those plastic boards that some people stick on tow bars, is expensive in comparison because those companies have to advertise all over the place and share the wealth with distribution companies and dealers and trade shows. While on the subject of comparison: what exactly do those bulky plastic jobs protect anyway? The grill, headlights, bumper (maybe) and part of the hood. Big Deal. One thing that they don't do is prevent diesel exhaust from spewing oily fuel and exhaust residue all over the front or your car and windshield.
Consider this: A Honda CRV is about 70 inches wide and rides on the tow bar eight feet, and more, from the rear tires that are 102 inches wide. Now, if those tires kicked rocks backward in a straight line, the competition would have you covered. But, rocks thrown backwards from the tires, just like a Chicago Cubs pitcher throws a baseball, go in all directions and zip past that plastic thing like a blast from a scatter-gun and smash your car.
What about those guards that dangle behind the rear axle on some rigs? Ask someone who has traveled on dirt or gravel roads a lot or, better still, Google the subject and enjoy some of the experiences of those unfortunate Gypsies who have traveled roads under construction out West and had to drive over miles and miles and miles of road base. Tires deep in ruts and the towed car getting rocked solidly into the body shop because of the dangling thing kicking up rock chips like a chicken scratching on an Arkansas farm yard.