Rescue Drivers; How to be Efficient in Winter

Written by Lucas Gulino,

In your profession, driving a vehicle is not just a mode of transportation, it’s one of the tools that allows you to save lives. As such, your vehicle must be equipped with the best equipment to get the job done.

In a previous article, we discussed snow chains for emergency vehicles and offered a comparison of their pros and cons.

3 professions, one requirement.

If there is one thing in common among the police, ambulance and fire brigade it’s the necessity for short response time. You must be ready to take the road to help save live as quickly as possible. No matter the traffic, the weather, or the nature of the emergency. Your mission is your priority!

The balance of speed and safety

When winter hits, visibility, poor driving conditions, cold, snow or even ice (if not all 3 at the same time), makes it difficult to respond to calls even though you do not have the choice. You must arrive safely, maybe to save a life!

Now, imagine yourself in these winter weather conditions. Would you be ready to get out of the cabin? To take heavy manual chains and put them on the tires? To remove them when necessary?

You could, but you would waste precious response time that could make it difficult to save a life...

- Push the button for safety -

To overcome this feeling of insecurity and the loss of valuable time, we have developed for decades an automatic snow chains system that will get you out of risk situations. With Onspot, simply press a switch located in the cabin to get a grip when you need it.

Want to know more about automatic snow chains? Take time to understand how it works:

How Onspot Really Works

Rescue Driving Response time – a challenge for the rescue driver Fire Truck

Lucas Gulino

About Lucas Gulino

Lucas is part of the Onspot sales team and is based in France. He studied sales and received a national diploma in a 2 year program. Lucas discovered Onspot when he was completing a 3 year program focused on trading and customer relationships, ultimately receiving a higher technician diploma in this area of study. Lucas has worked at Onspot since 2014 and he is passionate about the industry and its associated marketing strategies. Lucas is a lover of wine and travel. When he is not at work, you may find him in a restaurant or coffee shop in his hometown of Metz.

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