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These Emergency Traction Strips are the perfect gift for your friends or family members, or even strangers, struggling to find traction in the record-breaking snowfall that the Northeastern United States has endured this winter. The strips provide emergency traction if you don't have snow tires and find yourself stuck in snow or ice. It works in snow, ice, mud, and even sand, if you can find some in New England. Plus you can use it with your FWD, RWD or 4WD vehicles. There's no installation required. You simply lay the strip down and zoom off.
The set of emergency traction strips is lightweight, durable, and easy to store. They even come with two portable traction aides for use with a tow truck. The strips are also easier and more convenient to use than tire and snow chains and can be reused as many times as you need them. Has rock salt failed to do the job of getting rid of the ice in your driveway? Simply pop these orange polypropylene strips below your wheels and off you go. They work with any type of vehicle including RVs and commercial trucks. There's no need to de-ice when you have traction strips.
Even if you're not a rocket scientist, it's obvious how it should be used. Still the strips come with instructions written in Deutsch, English, Español, Français, and Italiano, so no matter where in the world you need traction the strips can tell you what to do. All you have to remember is to put it under the pulling wheels and drive off slowly. You can then stick them behind the seat or in the trunk for future use. If you are a savvy businessperson, you can make a mint with these things in the north and northeast United States right now or you can be everyone's knight in shining armor.
The average cost for a tow truck to pull you out off the ice is about $100. For less than $50 you can have two emergency traction strips you and your family can use for years to come. The great thing about this product is how fast and easy it is to use. There are no complex rules to follow. Just lay them down in front of your pulling wheels, roll slowly forward, and Bob's your uncle. You'll never have to worry about getting stuck in the snow or mud again. The traction strips will have you on your way in no time. Once you try it, you'll never leave home without it.
The strips are 8 inches wide, 36 inches long, and 1 inch thick. They have worked for people in the wilds of frozen Alaska to postal workers delivering the mail in rough weather in Michigan. Some smart delivery companies issue them to all their drivers. They work great on sheet ice, deep snow, and even muddy off-road trails. They are well worth the money if you live anywhere there is lots of snow and ice during the winter time.