Dealing with Traction Problems (TYRE-GRIP Can Handle It)
Maintaining control of your vehicle is your chief concern while driving, and never is this truer than when you are driving in adverse conditions. Traction control is always a concern for drivers, regardless of where they live in the world. Sure, some places have to deal with snow and ice, but even rain can be a traffic hazard for the unprepared motorist. This can be a particularly challenging prospect, especially when ice, snow, and rain are factors. At Triangle Associates, we offer a Tyre-Grip™, a revolutionary traction option that is known to be at least three times as effective as other methods. Tyre-Grip, a traction control device that will work on any vehicle’s tires, anywhere.
Dealing with Snow Traction Problems
Salting the highways and back roads is a common treatment used to deal with ice and snow problems, but it’s not foolproof. If the snow continues to fall, even more salt is needed to stay on top of the problem. Also, those who live in rural areas may end up waiting long period of time in between saltings. It’s often not convenient or even possible to remain off the roads during these times–for the safety-conscious driver, snowy roads pose an immediate threat.
There are places where snow might not be a constant concern, but the danger of icy roads will still exist. Icy roads can happen for many reasons–rain may fall and freeze on the road, or snow may melt and re-freeze, seemingly invisible to a driver who is unaware. For conditions that involve snow or ice, Tyre-Grip™ is very effective in making your driving experience a safer one.
Tyre-Grip™ is a spray-on adhesive traction alternative that helps increase the grip your tires have on the road surface. It both removes dirt and grime buildup on your tire, and then leaves a thin layer of protection to keep snow from accumulating. It has been shown to increase traction by 300 percent in tests, and continues to be one of the best possible alternatives to inconvenient devices like snow chains, snow tires, or tire studs. Best of all, its use is not regulated like other traction devices are, allowing you to use it on any surface no matter where you are.