Originally Posted by GypsyR
On the same site they have the "basket" style wheel straps. https://www.truckntow.com/c-147063-.aspx
I really like these. No hooking to odd frame bits. The car is free to move on its suspension without affecting the tie-downs so you don't have to stop and retighten everything every 50 miles. Plus stuff like late model BMW's plain don't have any good places underneath to hook to. (Yes, my part time job is towing stuff).
But you need four. You don't want to use two on one end and bind the chassis on the other end. You can use two up front and axle straps on the rear though. Second, you want to be sure the trailer has places to hook such straps. The link I gave actually goes to tow-bar straps which can work but there are straps specifically for bed/trailer use.
I don't think I can use those as there are only 4 D-rings on the trailer, 1 at each corner of the car. Correct me if I am wrong but I would need 2 tie-down points for each front wheel (1 in front of the wheel and 1 behind the wheel) to be able to use those. I do like them though...that is what is on the U-Haul trailers and they make it real easy to get a car secured.