While it has an automatic, 4x4 transmission, a "REMCO" driveline disconnect system is installed that when simply activated from the truck's front seat, frees the transmission and allows you to tow the truck 4 wheels down without damaging the transmission. When ready to drive, the system is simply reconnected with the push of the same knob and off you go. In addition, the truck has a "Roadmaster InvisiBrake" system that applies the truck's power brakes when the motorhome brakes are applied and complies with all state's vehicle towing restrictions and regulations.
The Frontier also has all necessary electrical connections that power it's lights and the braking system is also powered by the coach and not its own battery unlike may less sophisticated braking systems that often end up draining the tow vehicles batteries.. It also has a "Roadmaster All Terrain" tow bar set-up complete with cables, electrical cable, break-a-way emergency braking system and hideaway tow bar receivers. All above expertly installed at Whittaker's Hitches Unlimited in Salem, Oregon.
A "Trifecta" Tonneau cover comes with the truck's bed that folds up into three parts and can either stay on the truck or is easily removed. (Under it is where we stored our bicycles when on the road) And finally, a custom made "Tow Car Shield" that covers the entire front end and windshield of the Frontier to protect it from rocks, dirt, etc. picked up by the motorhome while being towed. All totaling about $6,000 in parts and labor.
The truck itself has only 23,000 well cared for miles on it. With our motorhome now sold, this well equipped Tow Vehicle is perfect for someone not wanting to go through the task of building a tow vehicle while taking advantage of what's already been done, and I would feel much better knowing that all the work done will be put to good use and the new owner will be able to go down the road in complete confidence and safety.