Mandatory equipment or comfort accessories, each installation of a vehicle requires a mounting made by a professional. What about the installation of automatic snow chains? How is it fixed? In how long time? Discover it through this article.
Why this is automatic?
Basically, there is two types of snow chains. The manual snow chains that you put on the tires of the vehicle and the automatic version that is activated by a switch on the cabin, as the Onspot system.
Manual snow chains is only use by the driver, while the automatic snow chains is installed, maintained and repaired by a mechanic. But what it exactly will it require from you ?
What about the mounting?
The automatic snow chains Onspot is fitted on both sides of the vehicle’s first drive axle. For each vehicle to equip with Onspot, you will receive specific brackets and switch, cylinders and chains.
Like a lot of equipment that you have to install for the first time, you can be apprehensive when it comes to the simplicity or not of the assembly ... - No worries to be made. Layout guides, mostly with photos, and a technician network is available to accompany you in your mounting that will last between 5 to 8h for the first time. Some trained mechanics take less than 4 hours to mount the Onspot system .... We hope you'll be next!
Still have some questions about the automatic snow chain system? This FAQ guide can surely help you. Download it.