Easy this one.
All 4 wheels on the ground (tow rope) or all 4 off the ground, but then its not really towing unless you use dollies.
If you have a breakdown don't forget to state that you have a 4 wheel drive car and all 4 wheels need to be off the road.
(I am speaking from experience here and it didn't cause a problem)
disconnect the longshaft? you'd have to lift it off the ground to do this anyhow so why not just lift it onto a flatbed..
I rope-towed my VI for about 100 miles a few weeks ago (broken cam possition sensor) and it was fine, execpt for being a bugger to steer (very heavy!) and steaming up just as I pulled onto the A1 http://www.ltregister.f9.co.uk/graphics/Happy.gif border|EQU| 0 align|EQU| middle >