There are number of trailers hitches available and are recommendable to use. But among all, prefer for the Reese hitch receiver.
This Reese hitch receiver is fastened to the rear of your vehicle horizontally. Reese hitch receiver has small openings accommodating the ball mount. It can be attached to the cargo once the ball mount is locked to the opening. Reese hitch receiver can be locked into place and only a key could unlock it. But this is so useful for a better security, and this Reese hitch receiver can prevent water and debris away from the opening.
There are actually five classes of a Reese hitch receiver for towing needs. First is the CLASS 1, which the lightest hitch type being used on small vehicles, which can carry 2,000 pounds of gross trailer weight with 200 pounds at the tongue. The CLASS 2 is attached to medium sized vehicles such as minivans, which can carry 3,500 pounds of gross trailer weight with 350 pounds at the tongue. The CLASS 3 is good for a full sized vehicle such as a pickup, which can carry 5,000 pounds of gross trailer weight with 500 pounds at the tongue. The CLASS 4, which is perfect for pulling a bigger boat or camper, which can carry 10,000 pounds total capacity and 1,200 maximum pounds at the tongue. Lastly, the CLASS 5 is built for heavy loads, which can carry above 10,000 pounds and 1,200 pounds at the tongue. But there are also 5th Wheel and Gooseneck trailers hitches mounted on duty pickup truck.