Yet another complicated system for the mechanic to learn and maintain?
Most people stick to the familiar, that’s quite natural, and we feel comfortable with the working tasks we already know. We know what to do, we know how to do it and we know how long it takes. All this makes it easier to plan for the day – without ruining the coffee break…
Conventional snow chains are a well-tried and effective tool for traction control, and they don’t require any involvement at all from the mechanic. So why complicate things and don’t just stick with the good old snow chains, and why would a mechanic want to learn yet another system?
The answer is two-fold:
- From a driver’s safety and convenience perspective, automatic snow chains are much better than conventional tsnow chains.
- Safety should be an important matter to all involved in vehicle operations; the vehicle owner, the driver and other road-users – and the mechanic!
A minute to learn – a few hours to master
An uncomplicated safety system without unpleasant surprises makes the working day easier for the mechanic. The Onspot automatic snow chain system is an easy one. Despite its reliability and durability its function is simple. It’s easy to install and it’s easy to maintain – typically there is no maintenance…
Actually, it’s so uncomplicated to learn and tinker with, that a couple of installations would be enough for the mechanic to feel fully practiced.
See the video explaining What is an Automatic Snow Chain System and feel free to comment below or contact us!