Our Anti-Skid Tire Blocks are designed so you can easily and quickly fasten them to your tires and create traction for your vehicle to allow you to climb out of any mud traps you end up in.
Especially if you’re traveling alone or only have younger or elder ones accompanying you, you’ll want these Tire Blocks to assist you.
They work in the snow too! Avoid slippage and accidents on the ice with our Anti-Skid Tire Blocks!
Get where you need to go safely! Driving off-road, or through icy roads can lead to tragic situations. Protect yourself and loved ones – get home safe with our Anti-Skid Tire Blocks!
How Do They Work?
Our Anti-Skid Tire Blocks come in packs of 2. We strongly recommend you fasten them to your drive tires, but for those of you with vehicles that are 4-wheel drive, you may want to get a second pair for safety.
They can be used in an emergency situation, such as when you’ve gotten trapped in the snow or mud, or for driving in the snow. If you’re caught in a rut by yourself with no good Samaritans in sight to help, and no family members or friends close by or unable to reach you due to weather conditions, these Blocks give you the option of trying to rescue yourself before calling for an emergency vehicle.
Their innovative design features a nylon belt with a grooved rubber traction block.
They’re easy to put on your tires. You can put them on yourself and get out of a rut without an extra hand giving you a push.
They are best used at the first signs of slippage or being stuck. Don’t dig yourself a deeper hole before hooking up your Tire Blocks. Act immediately! You bought them for a reason!
It’s always a good idea to drive with a bag of sand so you can sprinkle some in front of your tires (or behind if you’re reversing) to add some extra traction. Cardboard, plywood, or even your car mats can also be useful in this situation.
Also, you should always have a snow shovel, ice scraper and blankets handy in your vehicle.
Never use anti-freeze or salt to melt the snow because anti-freeze is toxic to children and wild animals and can find its way into waterways through storm drains and poison marine animals. And salt is corrosive to metal, and could do damage to the undercarriage of your car.
If possible, be sure to drive on winter tires, rather than all-season tires, if you’re expecting snowy conditions.
Putting these on was super easy. My truck has the custom wheels with the big star pattern with big gaps that are easy to reach through. I just threaded these around each of the rear rims/tires and strapped them tight. I fired up the truck, and within seconds I was out of my ice-cups and unstuck! These seem like they would work in most situations i've been in where I was stuck with tires spinning.
These things work great!!! I originally get these for my wife in case she got stuck in the snow; they looked fast and easy to put on but I ended up getting stuck and it was a perfect test for these, they worked GREAT! Ok, they are not magical, but they do work great.
Works like it should. Easier to install once you realize you push the plastic piece through first. No need to move cars, but I did have to cut the wheels to reach into the wheel well. I put 2 on each tire and I drove right up the snow pile behind our garage. Just have to watch out and avoid getting high-centered on too much snow.