Get yourself out of a sticky situation with the handy Apex Light-Duty Traction Tracks. These lightweight traction tracks give your tires a stable, high-friction surface to grab onto when your wheels are sliding in mud, sand, snow, or ice. Just place them in front of or behind the drive wheels, pull the vehicle on top of the track, and drive away! Constructed from heavy-duty plastic, the traction tracks feature a rigid surface for maximum grip and unique folding design for compact storage when not in use. Ideal for use with smaller vehicles such as cars, trucks, SUVs, and ATVs.
I bought these for my 1972 VW Beetle "BAJA BUG". They fit on the roof rack and are just what is needed for light duty traction. Out on Carolina Beach and in Cape Hatteras these are perfect. Loose sand to sugar sand, they give you that little extra bite you need to get out of sand hole or mud. Perfect for a side by side that is not 4WD. Could be used in any application. These are entry level ramps. For a 6000 LBS. 4X4 I would go up a level. DRamps had excellent service. Fast shipping. I am completly satisfed with these ramps. But remember, I think they are for vehicles under 3000 LBS. Thank you Discount Ramps. I will buy for you again.
Form he price these little ramps are excellent, they are lightweight and small enough to stow away easily within the vehicle. I do wish they were a little stronger feeling, maybe more plastic, but that would up the price, therefore they are good as they are.
We live in central Vermont where snow banks and mud can grab your car wheels before you know it. I have had much heavier (and more expensive) products of this kind but this does the trick of getting your wheel out of snow and mud and yet is lighter and easier to strore in the trunk or wayback. I am purchasing another pair for a neighbor who has helped us out of difficulty often.
I bought two sets of these tracks (one set includes two tracks) to help get unstuck when my SUV gets stuck in sand, something that does happen occasionally. Driving in soft sand is a specialized skill, which I've developed, but one still gets stuck, as do others. You dig out the wheels and then place these tracks under the wheel in the direction you want to go (so if you want to go forward, you put them in front of the wheels). The vehicle then climbs out of the soft sand on the tracks. They work quite well, and have enabled me and others to get unstuck, so I strongly recommend them for people who often drive on sand. It can be hard to find them after your vehicle is unstuck, though, because they can get buried in the sand, so they would be improved with a length of brightly colored twine attached to each one.