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The anywhere, anytime RV for those with just 3.5 feet of storage space and a dream. No garage, driveway, or parking spot required.
Just fill up your tank on your car, hitch us to your ride, and go. No hook-ups, no emissions, and no increased carbon footprint.
Why make reservations when your room is always ready? All you need is a car, your gear and the open road.
The Hitch Hotel was explicitly designed to be towed behind vehicles big and small—and can be supported by any vehicle. A Class 1 hitch assembly is required in the US to tow the Hitch Hotel. This is the lightest hitch assembly produced with limits of 200 lbs. tongue weight and 2000 lbs. total weight. With a total tongue weight of 145-160 lbs. and a total weight of 950 lbs., the Hitch Hotel can be safely towed by any vehicle—anywhere.
We will not have a dealer network in the US. Instead, we will be creating an Installer Network across the country.
Not at this time. However, we are working on a rental program for the future.
We expect to begin deliveries within 8-10 weeks from the reservation date of an order.
If you move, simply notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will arrange to have it shipped to your new address or to the nearest Installer.
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The Hitch Hotel carries a limited 12-month warranty on quality and craftsmanship.
Generally, when towing a trailer behind a vehicle, the vehicle's insurance covers the towed unit. However, checking with your insurance company about coverages and limits is best.
Not at this time—we will however explore financing options in the future.
While driving back to Cali after a boat trip down the Colorado River, a father and son passed by a crowded RV park and got into a lively discussion about the cost, size, maintenance, gas consumption, and carbon footprint of the average RV—noting how these things compromise the very freedom owners seek. Ultimately, they questioned whether or not the average adventurer has the dollars, space, or time to buy, store, and maintain something as cumbersome and expensive as an RV.
In weighing alternatives like vans, tents, and teardrop trailers, they realized there were precious few options for space-and-time-strapped road warriors. Sure, they could always pitch a tent or tow a trailer, but what about their gear, sleeping comfortably off the ground, traversing the elements, and securing their stuff while exploring? And what about storage space and tow capacity for people with tiny homes and cars who also dream of big adventures?
At that moment, the idea for a small, towable, stow-able, retractable, lockable, weather-resistant sleep trailer that could double as on-the-road storage space was born. The following day, they started building the first Hitch Hotel.