Of course, when hazardous conditions exist, schools are closed, and no buses are on the road. However, when caught unexpectedly in or even after a significant winter weather event, bus drivers take on the responsibility of transporting the children safely. How do they do this?
: Automatic Snow Chains
First responders are trained professionals who are the first to arrive and provide assistance in rescue or emergency situations no matter the weather conditions.
Onspot is not a one-size-fits-all product due to the variety of vehicles used across a multitude of industries. But how do you know that there is a fit to your vehicle? How do you get the correct parts for it? It is easy. On the homepage you have a configurator that helps you with all of this
In 2019, the Onspot Blog focused more on the what and how of automatic snow chains. The following are the most downloaded blog posts that answered what they are, how they work and how to use and maintain them.
My position as Western Regional Sales Manager for Onspot gives me the opportunity to meet with fleet managers in my territory. Whether I am at a trade show or at the customers location providing training or a fleet review these individuals always talk about challenges that come up and how they are resolved.
Driver satisfaction is an important facet to the success of any fleet. In addition to general maintenance, driver training in all aspects of the use and function of a school bus leads to the successful, safe transportation of school children. But, what do bus drivers say about Onspot?
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.
Achieving the shortest response time possible is key for saving lives or property at risk. But, what is response time?