What do you ring up the piece of equipment that used to verbs up a saloon?
Pull a car up? If it is stuck try a chain if you are pulling the vehicle up onto a trailer you can use an electric crank,or if you don't have one of those try a come along.
a tow rope!
a tow pub!
a tow truck!
if still stuck its suppose to be left at hand mate ;)
In Australia we call it an A frame.
They are mostly against the law here now, and have here problems, if the towed vehicle is Auto you have to disconnect the drive shaft every time you pull it, and immediately must be fitted with a trailer brake.
Most travellers are now using saloon trailers, easy to hook up and NO wear on the car.
The question was clear satisfactory. You want a car dolly, it hooks to the trailer hitch of your truck and you drive the drive wheels of the coupé up on it and strap it down. You can rent or buy them.
A jack? Or are you talking about a tow truck? How roughly speaking a hydraulic jack?
Listen to the wise words of the first responder.
(For everyone else: He wants to tow/pull his small vehicle behind his truck or RV or whatever when he go on vacation. There is nothing wrong next to either vehicle, he just wishes to have them both when he gets where on earth he's going, without two people have to drive.)
(Additional note to asker: Sorry if you're a she. I like "he"; there's smaller quantity typing.)