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November 21, 2007



From the website:


The winter traction aid that brings you home — safely.

When winter whips up a quick blast of snowy, icy weather, you can still drive safely with easy-to-install AutoSocks.

High-tech hydroscopic cloth fibers, which become rougher with use, are arranged in a specific pattern that provides traction, optimizes grip and handles the watery film found between icy roads and your tires.


Designed for Norway's wintry conditions, AutoSock is easy to install and easy to use.

Just slip one AutoSock over each drive wheel, move forward to center it on the tire, and you’re ready to go.

AutoSock rides smoothly and quietly up to a maximum speed of 30 mph on slick roads and is safe for use with ABS-equipped cars.

Unlike chains, they won’t break and they even can be used on cars with minimal tire/fender clearance.

Your AutoSock kit comes with a convenient storage bag, gloves to keep your hands clean during installation and complete instructions.



November 21, 2007 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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The problem in the UK is not the snow, it's the slush. Snow and ice is OK to drive on, but slush, or worse, re-frozen slushy ruts are horrid.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Nov 23, 2007 2:13:48 PM

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