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: If you need a tow, for example with the AAA RV plan, the tow truck company will probably need to send out a flatbed rather than a traditional truck, and will tie it down with ratchets.
 
: If you need a tow, for example with the AAA RV plan, the tow truck company will probably need to send out a flatbed rather than a traditional truck, and will tie it down with ratchets.
: Tow drivers generally tie a bike down in the front by hooking the handlebar, and in the rear they often find the [[Unofficial_Service_Manual#Frame|frame]]'s through-hole convenient.
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: Tow drivers generally tie a bike down in the front by hooking the handlebar, and in the rear they often find the [[SDS Platform/Frame|SDS Platform frame]]'s through-hole convenient.
  
 
; Concerns
 
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: Handlegrips can come loose if held for an extended period on a moving truck. Grip glue can re-attach them.
 
: Handlegrips can come loose if held for an extended period on a moving truck. Grip glue can re-attach them.

Latest revision as of 03:16, 31 March 2020

Transporting a Zero is very much like transporting any other motorcycle, except for having a lot fewer fluids to leak.

Guides
wikiHow to Trailer a Motorcycle
wikiHow to Haul a Motorcycle
Towing
If you need a tow, for example with the AAA RV plan, the tow truck company will probably need to send out a flatbed rather than a traditional truck, and will tie it down with ratchets.
Tow drivers generally tie a bike down in the front by hooking the handlebar, and in the rear they often find the SDS Platform frame's through-hole convenient.
Concerns
Handlegrips can come loose if held for an extended period on a moving truck. Grip glue can re-attach them.