QUESTION: Did you know that the majority of vehicle manufacturers reimburse customers a maximum of $1,000 for adaptive equipment? Information on these programs is available.

ANSWER: General Motors Corp Call Center: 800-323-9935 (TTY 800-833-9935) Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Call Center: 800-331-4331 (TTY 800-443-4999) Ford Motor Company Call Center: 800-952-2248 (TTY 800-833-0312) DaimlerChrysler Call Center: 800-255-9877 (TTY 800-922-3826) Honda Motor Corp Call Center: 800-999-1009 Volvo Car Corp Call Center: 800-803-5222 (TTY 800-833-0312)

By | November 5, 2013

QUESTION: There is not a dealer in my area. How do I buy the VersaHaul?

ANSWER: Fortunately, the VersaHaul can be drop-shipped by a dealer to a customer that cannot pick the VersaHaul up at the store. The carrier is shipped direct from the factory to your door by UPS. Please call your nearest VersaHaul dealer or call a VersaHaul internet dealer to place an order. Shipping costs are minimal. Dealers are listed under purchase information on this site.

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QUESTION: If you don’t sell direct, why do you list the prices?

ANSWER: Ezra Distributing, Inc. only sells to dealers. As such, Ezra Distributing, Inc. suggests retail pricing only. Please contact your nearest dealer for additional price information. Prices subject to change without notice. MSRP pricing is as follows: VH-55 VH-55 RO VH-55 DM VH-55 DM RO VH-55 RK VH-90 VH-90 RO VH-90 RK VH-SPORT VH-SPORT RO VH-SPORT RK VH-LG VH-LG RO VH-LG RK VH-50cc VH-JS $404.99 $502.99 $701.99 $806.99 $101.99 $747.99 $1010.99 $263.99 $461.99 $612.99 $150.99 $726.99 $1,113.99 $386.99 $442.99 $531.99 VH-TRIKE VH-AM VH-MP3 VH-TRAY VH-SB VH-SB TUBE VH-MS VH-MS XL VH-SR VH-TK VH-TK LP VH-HR3 VH-HR2 VH-HE3 VH-HE2 $1,069.99 $1,274.99 $1,244.99 $439.99 $359.99 $209.99 $734.99 $899.99 $805.99 $48.99 $61.99 $130.99 $127.99 $112.99 $109.99

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QUESTION: I own a 2000 Chevy Tahoe 2-wheel drive. Your website says I can’t carry more than about 300 pounds on a VersaHaul on my car. Why? The Tahoe manual says it can carry 500 pounds tongue weight. So why can’t the Tahoe carry as much as the other trucks you have listed?

ANSWER: If your hitch is strong enough, then the next concern I have is your suspension. A 300 lb. load with a standard suspension Tahoe will tilt the car’s frame backwards similar to a trailer. With more weight, the rear suspension may compress completely. Auto ride suspension, air bags, and other suspension stiffing devices will increase your vehicle’s capacity to carry a load. Unfortunately, the standard suspensions on Tahoes and other SUVs are not as stiff as truck’s with pick-up beds. It is important to follow our Recommended Carrying Capacity Chart to avoid dangerously overloading your vehicle. Note: We have tested a 600+ lb. Polaris four wheeler on a VH-90 RO and a 2000 Tahoe. The Tahoe’s spring compressed completely, and it was difficult to drive. If your vehicle is equipped with Auto-ride suspension or air bags then you will be able to carry more than the carrying capacity.

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QUESTION: My bike’s tires are 7 inches wide. Everything I have read indicates your track is only 5.5 inches wide. Will my bike fit on any of your carriers?

ANSWER: Yes. The entire width of the VH-55 Single Motorcycle carrier’s track is 6.5 inches wide with 45 degree angles on both sides, allowing for even 8 inch wide tires to fit safely. Also, our VH-Sport bike carrier allows for even the widest tires to fit securely, and its wide ramp is interchangeable with the VH-55 Single Motorcycle carrier.

By | November 5, 2013