Laura Suarez
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Loading your van correctly is vital to staying safe while towing, as low-level items in particular are prone to sliding around in transit. However, using the Cargo Bar will solve that dilemma. Use it across areas such as the front lounge, dinette or even the car’s boot, to secure loose items when travelling.

Overview

The device is easy to fit. Simply extend the telescopic pole to the required size and tighten the padded feet at either end to hold it in place. The Cargo Bars come in two sizes, small and large. The small version extends from 20-36in and the large one extends from 35-66in. They are available from leading accessory shops and on-line retailers.

Verdict

Loading your van correctly is vital to staying safe while towing, as low-level items in particular are prone to sliding around in transit. However, using the Cargo Bar will solve that dilemma. Use it across areas such as the front lounge, dinette or even the car’s boot, to secure loose items when travelling.

Conclusion

Pros

  • They are available from leading accessory shops and on-line retailers

Cons

  • The small version extends from 20-36in
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