When it comes to the Onspot automatic snow chain system there are many advantages. Through the simple push of a dashboard switch the chain wheels are engaged providing the driver with traction on snow and ice. It is not necessary for the driver to get out of the vehicle and manually strap chains on the tires. The driver can stay in the cab of the vehicle, avoiding the harsh winter conditions, the dangers of chaining up on the side of the road, and the overall physical exertion associated with conventional chains. This is all well and good for the driver.
The wait is over and the Onspot automatic snow chain system has arrived. Soon traction on snow and ice will be as simple as flipping a dashboard mounted switch. Gone are the days of having to get out in inclement weather and manually “throw iron”. This is a tremendous benefit for any driver, but what about the mechanic?
As we here on the northern hemisphere of the globe are approaching the warmer seasons, it is hard to plan for the next winter. With some simple steps you keep your system maintained so that it can keep supporting you the next winter. Learn how.
At Onspot, nothing is left to chance! Each piece that makes up the complete system has been the subject of a comprehensive study. The same is true for our chains.
Have you already noticed that we use different types of chains? Each of them has been designed to meet a specific need, and we will reveal our secrets about wheels and chains!
If we pay attention to the world around us, we notice that an assembled set of components results in the machines used to assist us in completing our daily tasks. Mechanically speaking, we can observe gears which make up cogs which in turn set the machine in motion. However, when there is a missing or defective gear then the cog becomes paralyzed thus impeding the machine’s function.