I hauled my Elise about 1000 miles back in august. 2 by 6 boards which are 4 feet long, placed before the ramp are needed. Find a steeply sloped area to assist in a "dead load". You want to get the ramps as close to in line with the hauling bed as possible. Also, critical, back the car in, do not put it in nose first. The back of the car will clear the lip nearest the hitch, the nose of the lotus will not will not. Sorry, but I have no pictures.
Storm titanium 2005 Elise with carbon fiber spoiler, BWR sway bar, BOE toe links, gPan2, LidBone, sector 111 wheel studs, Grey RAC Monolite wheels with toyo R1R, Team Dynamics 1.4 with Hoosier A6/R6s, Katana2 Supercharger, ECU with 265 flash. PPE headers w/decat, CEL angle eliminator, Silent touch catback, Rear Panel Eliminator, HKS intake, V2 fuel tank, Walbro255 fuel pump. HID lights.