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Eric Jones

About Eric Jones

Eric is the Global Sales Director for the Onspot brand. He has over ten years of industry experience and received an MBA from Ball State University. Eric enjoys spending time with his wife and two children and being active outdoors. On the weekend, you can normally find Eric enjoying a craft beer with food sizzling on the grill.

Three tips for rescue drivers on when to use Onspot

Written by Eric Jones, March 9, 2018

When is the correct time to engage your Onspot Automatic Tire Chains? This is a common question that we hear from our friends in the fire and rescue industry. Actually, it’s a frequently asked question in many of the markets that we serve.

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Is 4x4 enough to keep your truck safe?

Written by Eric Jones, February 1, 2018

Professional drivers don’t have the option of taking a day off to avoid the winter weather.

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How much does Onspot increase traction?

Written by Eric Jones, January 18, 2018

How much does Onspot increase traction? 

With more than 150,000 Onspots installed in vehicles worldwide, numerous drivers and fleet managers testify and praise the effectiveness of the automatic tire chains. Without a doubt, Onspot improves both road safety and drivers’ safety while helping them to stay on schedule by instantly increasing traction. But, why are there no figures on what to expect?

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5 Tips to stay safe when driving near commercial vehicles

Written by Eric Jones, December 21, 2017

The holiday season has arrived and many of us will be traveling to spend time with friends and family. It’s also the time of year when retailers return to profitability, grocery stores sell out of popular items and our price at the pump increases in response to seasonal demand. Increases in freight shipments and passenger traffic create a situation where all drivers need to pay especially close attention to safety.

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Holiday Hours

Written by Eric Jones, December 21, 2017

Onspot of North America will be closed Monday and Tuesday, the 25th and 26th, to celebrate Christmas. We will also be closed Monday, January 1st to bring in 2018.

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What is traction coefficient?

Written by Eric Jones, December 7, 2017

In a tire-surface system, the coefficient of friction is called ‘traction coefficient’. It’s as simple as that. But, what’s more important is to know why the traction coefficient is fundamental to road safety, and peace of mind.

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5 Tire Safety Tips for Commercial Drivers

Written by Eric Jones, November 24, 2017

The winter weather is upon us and it’s time to begin thinking about maintaining traction on icy road surfaces. The U.S. Department of transportation has compiled the following list of tips for keeping your tires in good working condition.

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Keeping Students Safe: It Takes a Village

Written by Eric Jones, August 31, 2017

My daughter first rode the bus to school about half way through her first grade year. After several months of her begging to ride, we swallowed our first time parent fears and allowed her to joyfully experience her first trip on the big yellow bus. She was excited to test her new freedom and we found out how much easier our mornings would become without the hassle of the school drop off.

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4 Questions to Consider When Thinking About Automatic Tire Chains

Written by Eric Jones, June 28, 2017

You’ve done the research and decided that increasing traction is important. The following four questions can help you determine if Onspot Automatic Tire Chains are the right solution for you.

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What to think of when working with transportation?

Written by Eric Jones, June 8, 2017

The need for transporting goods and services is constantly increasing in our society. It can be products on the way to the stores, parts on the way to a factory, waste transported from your home to the recycle center or people going from one town to another. In almost everything we do, a transport is involved.  When a personal car is not enough, most transports move by trucks or buses.

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