After being recovered by a friend earlier this month, I intend to get a rack this week so I can return the favour if needed, plus there's a trip later this year where it would be good to carry two full-size bikes (only one fits in the car). I'm fairly set on getting a rear bike rack because it's not an easy car to fit a towbar to and it's unlikely to be used for towing; and I can just about lift my Dutch bike high enough for a roof rack when I'm fully rested so I think that's going to be risky if it ever needs recovery - and the MTB is even heavier, although smaller. As an added complication, even fitting towing electrics is awkward, so I'm inclined to go for a high-mount rear rack to keep the bikes above the brake lights. I prefer the idea of the rear racks with the wheel channels like the Thule ClipOn High to those where the bike hangs from the crossbar like the Halfords High Mount , as then the bike's weight is supported by the wheels which I feel is what bikes are optimised for, plus it seems like it might put less leverage on a high-mount rack's fixing points (but my physics is awful so I could be wrong). Is anyone using one and would you recommend it? Any other thoughts or gotchas from anyone? Thanks in advance.