If it has an automatic transmission and it doesn't have a transfer case which can be put into a neutral position, the most likely answer is going to be yes.
For flat towing, you pretty much have to.
The best way would be to remove the drive shaft from the vehicle before towing. Many transmissions do not circulate the transmission oil or fluid unless the engine is running. Removing the drive shaft will keep the rear output on the transmission from turning while towing it.
Front wheel drive? Not applicable
If it is a manual trasmsiion, then yes. If it is an automatic transmission, then the answer is positively NO! Towing with the rear wheels down will damage the transmission. Remove the drive shaft.
how to remove a drive shaft on a fiat doblo
there is no drive shaft it's front wheel drive
How do you remove drive shaft from a 03 durango
remove head pull shaft out
No, you just put the transmission in neutral. This works for both a dolly and for flat towing.
No proper man wants to be without his shaft
You must remove the rear drive shaft section and then remove the support.