Garbage can towing device

Garbage Can Hauling Device

The solution to the long or steep driveway

Neither snow, ice, rain, sleet nor summer’s heat, stops our garbage can hauling hooks from the swift completion of their appointed trip to the street.

Introducing the Garbage Strap™ 

No tools required! It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!

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LOOP

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ADJUST

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ATTACH

Works with all these different vehicles

atv garbage hauling device

ATV

utv garbage hauling device

UTV

car garabge can hauler

Passenger Vehicles

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Golf Cars

dual garbage can hauling device

Trucks

SUV's

Four Different Garbage Hook Mounting Styles

UBL-MT Bolt On

Bolt Mounted

DR-MT with no cans

Receiver Mounted

Garbage can Hitch for car

Bumper Mounted

Jeep with SB-MT and Can

Ball Mounted

How does it all work?

Garbage can hauling hooks are specially designed and act as a retaining device that holds the handle in place during transportation. The hook and swiveling top rail are key in making a smooth trouble-free way to get trash down a winding driveway. The design has two patents and one design patent. It comes in four different mounting methods, receiver-style, ball mounted, bolt mounted, and bumper mounted.

The normal suggested range of 14” to a max of 21” in total height off the ground. With a 96 gallon tote, the cans should be tilted at a 30-degree angle to allow enough of the weight to be distributed to the handle. We base this off a 96 gal tote that is approx. 42” from the ground to the handle. If the angle is too tall the can will want to tilt upright again when towing.