Security

The Basic Function of A Towbar

Towbars are used to give a car the ability to hook and tow something like a trailer or caravan, as well as for attaching other devices, such as a bicycle rack. They are usually found under the long list of optional extras when buying a new vehicle. So, whether you are buying a new or used car, or you already own a car that does not have one installed, Electronic Fitment Centre can be of service. Our prices are competitive and you can be off towing all manner of things in no time at all.
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Give Your Bakkie the Boot

South Africans buy bakkies by their thousands and they are often the top-selling vehicles on the sales charts. Especially double cabs are popular because they offer seating for four to five people, yet still offer the utility value of a loading bin at the rear. Considering the appeal of this vehicle design, many South Africans use them as daily drivers. The problem is that the loading bin of a bakkie is open and accessible, so anything placed in it is susceptible to theft whenever the vehicle is at a standstill or parked.
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Affordable Towbar Prices

Towbars come in a variety of shapes and sizes, dependent on the vehicle they are attached to. Towbars are mounted onto the rear of the vehicle, bolted to the chassis or frame of the vehicle. It is usually affixed to the undercarriage, because this is the strongest part of the vehicle body and can resist the forces generated when the vehicle tows a heavy trailer. Any road-legal trailer or caravan within the tow vehicle’s permitted maximum towing-weight rating can be hitched to it. Lifestyle vehicles such as bakkies and SUVs are particularly popular to tow caravans and trailers on long journeys, but you need a trustworthy towbar at a sensible price to ensure that your vehicle can safely tow whatever you hitch to it.
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Adding Security to Your Bakkie

Bakkies are amongst the most popular types of vehicles in South Africa. They are extremely versatile and double-cab models can double as family transport while still offering all the versatility of a load bed at the rear. These vehicles are intended for hauling almost anything that can fit into the loading area. For many locals, it is the ideal blend of utility and rough-road ability. South Africans love bakkies so much, many use them as daily drivers.
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The Benefits of Securi-Lid

South Africans love their bakkies. Bakkies originally had space for two to three people and were meant purely for carrying large loads. In addition, optional 4-wheel-drive systems enabled them to go off-road. A bakkie was a robust workhorse that could handle tough terrain and traverse poor roads with a full load. However, since bakkies have become so popular among the locals, they are increasingly used as daily drivers, especially since the advent of the family-friendly 4/5-seater double cab that brought with it car-like comfort and luxuries. The Securi-Lid is the perfect addition to the single-cab workhorse and family double cab alike.
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