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Don’t Forget About the Truck Accessories

Written by Lucas Gulino, March 29, 2018

The use of a truck is two-fold. For the owner, it is a tool for generating revenue, while for the driver, it is the workplace. Many people consider truck accessories as costly gadgets only, like, the Coffee Machine De Luxe. However, there are accessories that not only increase driver’s comfort and safety but also increase operational efficiency. Let us have a look at some obvious accessories – and some less obvious…

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Are Onspots a “fit” for towing and recovery vehicles?

Written by Maritza Hernandez, March 27, 2018

Onspot Automatic Snow Chains have been installed on many tow trucks; however, they are not a one-size-fits-all product. As with any vehicle, fitting automatic snow chains on a tow truck is based on variables or combination of variables. Let’s talk about tow trucks!

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On The Road: Commercial Driving Today

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, March 16, 2018

In today’s commercial trucking industry, keeping the wheels turning is still a daunting task. Even with all the latest advances in technology, simple factors like traffic, weather, downtime, and health still hamper the transportation of freight by truck drivers around the world. What follows are the most common issues that plague drivers and ways to combat them.

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Three tips for rescue drivers on when to use Onspot

Written by Eric Jones, March 9, 2018

When is the correct time to engage your Onspot Automatic Snow Chains? This is a common question that we hear from our friends in the fire and rescue industry. Actually, it’s a frequently asked question in many of the markets that we serve.

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Driver fatigue, how to handle it?

Written by Lucas Gulino, March 2, 2018

Fatigue is a reality that affects all drivers; especially commercial vehicle drivers who are exposed to long hours on the road and even in extreme conditions like bad traffic and/or weather.
How does one prevent fatigue and be effective in your daily work as well as outside? We tried to answer this question.

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Surface Treatments

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, February 22, 2018

Which is the perfect road surface treatment to increase traction?

To keep transportation – and society – running, authorities have different strategies for keeping roads open and driveable in harsh winter conditions. Snowplows keep the snow masses away from the road, and often some kind of surface treatment is used to increase traction when roads are icy and unsafe. But, which is the perfect road surface treatment? The simple answer is... None! Every method of surface treatment is a compromise between effectiveness, cost, handling and side effects. Let's have a look at some methods.

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Traction devices explained - Onspot vs. alternatives

Written by Maritza Hernandez, February 15, 2018

Traction devices allow you to travel safely on slippery roads and in adverse weather conditions. Most people who use these devices navigate in less than optimal conditions because it's their job.

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Is 4x4 enough to keep your truck safe?

Written by Eric Jones, February 1, 2018

Professional drivers don’t have the option of taking a day off to avoid the winter weather.

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How Onspot Designs New Models

Written by Lucas Gulino, January 25, 2018

The process of creating a product depends on a human labor force working with machines to complete a finished product. To meet the needs and expectations of customers, several factors must be considered. We wish to share with you how Onspot produces its vehicle bracket kits.

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How much does Onspot increase traction?

Written by Eric Jones, January 19, 2018

How much does Onspot increase traction?

With more than 150,000 Onspots installed in vehicles worldwide, numerous drivers and fleet managers testify and praise the effectiveness of the automatic snow chains. Without a doubt, Onspot improves both road safety and drivers’ safety while helping them keep to the schedule by instantly increasing traction. But, why are there no figures on what to expect?

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