Integrated rubber rollers press into the tire from either side, apparently holding everything securely in place
The Track N Go system incorporates the vehicle's existing tires
One unmodified 4-wheel-drive vehicle can reportedly be set up with a complete set of tracks in under 15 minutes
The front tracks pivot with the front wheels when turning, up to 30 degrees
Ski-like deflector plates on each track help it to ride up on top of snow instead of diving into it
You may think that your 4 x 4 with its lugged tires is pretty good in the snow, but it's never going to match the traction and flotation offered by a tracked vehicle. While systems such as those made by Mattracks allow users to replace their vehicle's wheels with tracks, AD Boivin Inc's Track N Go lets you simply add tracks onto your wheels when needed.
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