How the drivers keeps their Onspot ready ?

Written by Leonard D'Orlando,

For most countries in the world, snow and ice have given way to sunny roads, which then become the holiday route for some. We hope you made good use of your Onspot automatic snow chains in the winter, and learned about the usage tips.

We have often mentioned the common expression of the "response time" of emergency services in several blogs, including this one which will show you how to reduce your response time. Our studies on this subject have made us understand that the main reasons for loss of time when driving is due to two factors: low anticipation and road conditions.

Good anticipation = good results!

Anticipation is defined as the action of anticipating something, of preparing for it. It follows that a good anticipation will allow you to get ahead of a situation. The link is obvious with the automatic snow chain system, here is an example :

When you see a slippery road, covered in snow or ice, you must activate Onspot before you get there (preparation / anticipation) to get an immediate extra traction (result), instead of being stuck or even worse , losing control of the vehicle .... 

Road conditions

The second reason for wasting time when carrying out your mission is related to road conditions. This is on the one hand, the flow of vehicles on the road, on the other hand, weather conditions.
The rain is enough for you to be more carefully, so imagine when you find yourself on a road totally snowy or icy...

That's when the automatic tire chain system will come to your aid. Anticipate the winter season by reading the following document and activate the system once a month ... The road will seem much easier in winter.

Slippery Roads Fire Truck Rescue Vehicles Response Time

Leonard D'Orlando

About Leonard D'Orlando

Leonard has six years with Onspot Automatic Tire Chains in North America. Four years as a field technician on the East Coast and two years as a Regional Sales Manager. During the four years as a field technician Leonard provided install and maintenance training to dealers. Leonard also performed fleet reviews for customers and provided technical service support. An alumnus from the University of Maine, Leonard graduated with a B.A. in English and a concentration in Education. Leonard also attended Texas State Technical College where he earned an associate’s degree in automotive mechanics.


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