The short answer is yes. Tire chains are used over many industries by owner-operators and national fleets worldwide. Read more to find out chain laws in your area!
Canada’s Waste & Recycling/Municipal Equipment Expo (CWRE) - 2017
Most of us attend trade shows and expect the same old exhibits but then you stumble on a product and wonder to yourself – why didn’t anyone think of this before?
Everyone loves a parade! Especially, a Fire Truck Parade! Lights & Sirens!
However, when writing the specifications for fire apparatus there are some things more important than looks. Two important factors when preparing to purchase a new fire truck is the vehicles’ function and the terrain in its “operating environment.” Not taking into account function and terrain could lead to ownership of a great looking truck that falls short of the end users expectations.
As our colleague, Ulrik Andersson, wrote earlier this year, “there has been much attention paid to autonomous cars and trucks recently” but what about school buses?
It is always a great feeling when we hear true stories from our customers especially when lives are saved. The following story was related to us recently about an incident witnessed by then-Assistant Chief Raymond Urich, Jr. of the Fisherville Volunteer Fire Company #1 in Halifax, PA. Fisherville is a community located in a mountainous area of Pennsylvania about 35 miles north of Harrisburg PA.
Over the years, I have received reports from customers who arrived at their destinations safely because of their Onspots. However, the most humbling accounts are from people who were saved because someone else had Onspots or the realization that they wish they had Onspots.