Getting a grip – what is the best option?
Traction when driving in adverse conditions is a must. Losing traction and getting stuck is frustrating and dangerous. Today, there are several options to provide the driver with traction but which is best?
When it comes to avoiding loss of traction – or getting it back when the vehicle has lost control often the best solution is a combination of available methods. All methods have their pros and cons, which is why there is no 'one best' option. That’s why we think if you run with just the ’good old conventional snow chains’ you limit your options for available traction which is a risky proposition. Instead consider alternatives and find out which method is the very best for you, according to your specific needs. As you will see often times the best option is a combination of on board traction aids available and at the ready.
Take a few moments and download our comparison guide for different methods for traction control. It will give you an overview and hopefully it will help you find out what’s best for you.
Browse the free online resource; Traction aid for heavy vehicles, to learn more.