Welcome To Towrite







Quality products for over 50 years. We are able to custom manufacture any tow-bar on any vehicle with any specifications you desire. IF YOUR VEHICLE IS NOT ON OUR PRODUCT LIST, PLEASE GIVE US A CALL FOR A QUOTE.


  • 504 Chris Hani Road, Park Hill, Durban North, South Africa
  • P.O. BOX 22410 or Glenashley 4022


Towrite cc. based in Durban, was established in 1971 and has been family owed business ever since. With over 50 years of experience making top quality crafted products, you can rely on time after time. Towrite cc. happily re-iterates that its tow-bars have a lifetime warranty and its bull-bars, nudge bars, eclectics roll-bars etc. have a 3 year warranty.

Our Towrite cc. products have safety, quality and reliability at its core. Our top-quality range of products are manufactured in our workshop to the highest standards and make us leaders in the South African Tow-bar industry. We understand the importance of innovation and customization, which is why we offer the rare opportunity to custom manufacture and fit any tow-bar, roll-bar, bull-bar or cab-guards and accessories on any vehicle with any specifications, you desire. We also ensure that our product is engineered and developed to precisely fit the individual vehicle and its Towing (chassis) mounting points.

Here at towrite cc. we utilize state-of-the-art design and production processes to craft our products, utilizing technologies such as 3D CAD systems, profile cutting, standard-tolerance jigs and high powered, computer driven steel pipe bending machinery. Our strong understanding of these modern tools enables us to deliver perfectly constructed and assembled products, time after time. Towrite cc. optimized products and efficient workmanship ensure that our range of products are SABS approved, and that our customers can drive away with complete peace of mind that their product meets national industry and safety standards.

Towrite cc. is always expanding their range and developing new products. We work in close cooperation with the automotive industry, and collaborate frequently with high-end and creative designers and engineers to ensure quality outcomes. We are a proudly South African-owned business, with all our product design and manufacturing in South Africa. We uphold the African business practices every step of the way, with an emphasis on safety, reliability and quality workmanship.



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