Dollies, sometimes called hand trucks, are wheeled platforms used to move heavy objects. Dollies come in a variety of types such as car dollies, appliance dollies, and camera dollies. Car dollies, also called tow dollies, are used to haul cars and similar equipment such as tractors, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and golf carts. An appliance dolly can help move refrigerators, washers, dryers, and washing machines. A furniture dolly, also called a moving dolly, is used to help move large household items such as couches, chairs, and dressers. Many furniture dollies can be used with accessories such as furniture pads and blankets. A moving dolly, or furniture dolly, can be used in industries other than moving, as dollies are not confined to one type of use or industry. As such, dollies are a common choice to maneuver dirt, boxes, and large items. In the entertainment industry, dollies are used to support cameras, camera operators, and people. Camera dollies are used to create smooth movements. Car dollies, used with various types of mobile machinery, can have straps that wrap around car components such as wheels, and may be used to lift and transport cars. Car dollies can have elongated platforms, durable wheels, and rear lighting to support a load. Many dollies come equipped with straps or anchors that are used to secure equipment or dolly materials. Dollies can have automatic or manual operation. Dollies are used in a wide variety of personal and professional environments including the moving, automotive, and furniture industries.