|Since SAFETY is first in everyone’s mind, GoClaws™ and SnoClaws™ can help make winter driving safer for the traveling public.
GoClaws™ and SnoClaws™ are a High Tech Tire “Chain” that are STRONGER THAN STEEL CHAINS and provide Up to 10 X the traction of ordinary steel tire chains and cables!! GoClaws™ and SnoClaws™ do not damage asphalt or dirt roadbeds saving $millions$ in winter road damage
Lateral Traction is Key. Tire chains and cables work best when going straight (perpendicular to the direction of travel). Once a tire starts sliding sideways, chains become much less effective. The traction profile of a chain on a sliding tire is a thin line with limited traction. GoClaws™ provide lateral traction as shown in the image below. Lateral traction is a key feature of GoClaws™ because the traction patch delivers between 2 and 10 times more surface area per tire revolution depending on tire orientation and chain style.
GoClaws™ and SnoClaws™ HIGHLIGHTS
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Driving on the snow and ice is one of the worst driving hazards one can face. There are a variety of methods, techniques and tools that can help to assist with this problem. Traditionally, chains for snow fitted to the wheels of the vehicle have been the most commonly used method of traction assistance, but the big disadvantage with them is that they cannot be used on the road, only in the snow. The other problem is their awkward and tricky fitting.
This is where the GoClaw and SnoClaw come into their own. Continue reading
Tire Chains for Snow are the traditional way of providing a vehicle with traction and control when driving on the snow and ice. Simply, they fit onto the tire and dig into the snow providing grip for the vehicle. They are a good system, but have several flaws. Firstly, they are not very easy to fit. Secondly, they are not meant for the paved road and as such are quite dangerous to drive in this condition. This means that when you are driving along a road with snow, and then come across a stretch of dry road, technically you should pull over, take the chains off and then drive until you reach snow again, and put them back on again. Quite impractical. Continue reading
The good news: Winter will end. The bad news: Winter will be back. And if the next one is anything like the last one, with heavy snow in large parts of the U.S. and Canada, many drivers will find themselves wishing — again — for something other than chains and snow tires to help them get through.
Thanks to two innovative products called GoClaws and SnoClaws(TM), their wishes can come true. And because GoClaws and SnoClaws(TM) also offer superior traction in mud and sand, many drivers won’t have to wait for snow to use them. Continue reading