Dundas Automotive Repair is your trailer hitch installation expert in London Ontario ,We are your main source for trailer hitches and hitch accessories. We offer bike racks, ball mounts, brake controllers, leveling kits, cargo carriers, and bumper carriers for nearly every vehicle and application. We install most major brands like Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Thule, and Curt trailer hitches and hitch accessories in London Ontario.

All our hitches are installed by a Dundas Automotive Certified auto technicians. Our technicians are experts in hitch installation, and wiring. If you are going to use your hitch to pull a trailer of any kind it must be wired, so that the brake lights and turn signals work properly.


No matter what you plan on towing in London , a trailer hitch needs to be installed onto your vehicle. These hitches come in a variety of sizes, from a 1″ size (Class I) to a multi-fit unit (Class II) to those large enough to pull motorhomes and upwards of 6,000 lbs (Class III/IV).

Hitches also come in a variety of styles to suit your needs. The most popular option is the “Hidden Hitch”, a hitch system that gets installed below and/or behind your rear bumper, with the hitch face exposed. Most recreational hitch sizes (Class I-III) have the option to use this style.


Every hitch and tow requirement is different. That’s why we offer a full range of drawbars and hitch balls.

The drawbars come in a variety of sizes, from short and stubby to elongated with curves. The style you need really depends on your vehicle and your towing requirements. Hitch balls also come in an assortment of sizes to accommodate the size of your hitch application.


There are several electrical accessories that every tow hitch user should consider. As every motorist has different requirements for the use of their hitch, the amount of electrical wiring each person towing needs can vary.

The most popular piece of electrical wiring used in towing is the power adapter. This module sends power to the trailer being towed so that it can display things such as side-markers and tail lights.
A brake controller is used to transmit a braking order to the brake system of the trailer. This helps your vehicle stop when towing heavy loads.