Towing Guide- Enterprise Truck Rental
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Enterprise Truck Rental Towing Guide

To help you get started, we’ve compiled how-to steps and key manufacturer recommendations for our towing-capable Enterprise trucks.

Employees loading an Enterprise Rental Truck

Towing with an Enterprise Truck Rental

If your truck rental agreement permits towing, review the manufacturer guidelines below. Note the following:

Person securing a load on a flatbed truck

Matched to your needs. Equipped for your industry.

It’s more than a truck – it’s an extension of your business to meet demand. That’s why your local Enterprise Truck Rental team will work to ensure you have the right truck for every job.

We have the specialized vehicles, cargo vans and box trucks to meet your industry needs. We work directly with the following industries:

  • Moving and storage
  • Local deliveries/final-mile
  • Construction
  • Plumbing
  • HVAC
  • Telecommunications
  • Building supplies
  • Wholesalers and distribution centers
  • Administration support
  • Food service
  • Nonprofits/donation centers
  • And more

If your rental agreement permits towing, please reference the following manufacturer-suggested guidelines.



Maximum allowed conventional towing is 12,000 lbs. for Ford F250 and F350

Ford Towing Guide


Maximum allowed conventional towing is 9,200 lbs. for Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and 3500

Chevrolet Towing Guide


Maximum allowed conventional towing is 9,200 lbs. for GMC 2500 and 3500.

GMC Towing Guide

Dodge Ram Truck 

Maximum allowed conventional towing is 10,000 lbs. for Ram 2500 and 3500

Towing & Capabilities

Ram Towing Chart

Towing available on select vehicles at select locations only.