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They will charge a premium to do it (as would any business). Given the risk of the trailer coming "un-hitched", don't DIY unless you're confident of your ability to correctly install it.

Another way to move is to rent a U-haul truck and tow your car on a trailer behind the truck, depending on how much stuff you need to move. Could be a better deal, especially if wear and tear on the car is an issue.
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