Especially for campers in coaches, it’s likely you’re bringing along a vehicle for getting around—it’s the only way to really explore the area without unhooking and resetting a coach, which is just a hassle. So hooking up some kind of vehicle, whether an SUV or a small car, behind the coach is the most common way to do that. A few common pieces are necessary to make this happen, plus a few other accessories help you do it safely while protecting both the rig and the towed vehicle. A proper tow bar ensures the car stays attached to the rig barring anything catastrophic. In those cases, an emergency breakaway brake system applies brakes to the towed vehicle immediately should the hitch come loose. A tow guard acts as a large mud flap for the back of an RV and prevents rocks and other debris that the rig may kick up from damaging the front of the towed vehicle. But most importantly, a proper wiring kit is necessary to make sure the towed vehicles' brake lights operate in conjunction with those of the RV. There are even options to help keep a towed vehicle’s battery charged while towing to help prevent nasty surprises once you arrive at a campsite.