I have a Nissan Frontier with a topper. The first couple of years of deer hunting, I would kneel inside the truck, and pull the deer in. It was not easy. The first improvement was sliding the deer on a board that I used as a ramp. It was still a hassle. I finally bought a "hitch hauler" that goes into the receiver hitch. It was about $60.00. This works great, and keeps the truck clean. I then gut the deer while it on on the hauler, and avoid a sore back from bending over. The hauler has a wire mesh base, so the deer can be drained off the ground, and driven to the meat pole at camp. If you don't have a topper, this is not such an issue, but if you are by yourself, it really makes a difference. On another note, I have also used this with a Nissan Versa.