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Electric & Hybrid Vehicles - Moving on Wheel Skates

Electric & Hybrid Vehicles - Moving on Wheel Skates

An alternative way of moving Electric and Hybrid Cars opposed to 'straight dragging' is to lift onto vehicle wheel skates before winching up the vehicle bed.

Lifting onto vehicle wheel skates before winching may be more time consuming in terms of operation, however, the risk of damage to the vehicle is minimised.

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Cardno Recovery Wheel Skates - Best Practice

Cardno Recovery Wheel Skates - Best Practice

Vehicle recovery skates are very useful for moving vehicles with locked or damaged wheels. Keep the wheels straight and don't overload!
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Reduce Movement Friction - Use Wheel Skate Skids

Reduce Movement Friction - Use Wheel Skate Skids

Wheel winching skate skids or 'Easi-Skates' for car and light commercial vehicle use, can make moving or recovery operations so much easier, by reducing the friction between the surfaces.
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The Wonder of Snatch Blocks

The Wonder of Snatch Blocks

A Snatch Block is a great aid to winching operations:

  • By increasing load pulling capacity
  • By facilitating a change of direction of the pull if required
  • By improving life expectancy of the winch and rope through  reducing the strain applied on them
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Bright Yellow Wheel Winching Skids - Now Clearly Visible

Bright Yellow Wheel Winching Skids - Now Clearly Visible

These NEW, strikingly-coloured Bright Yellow wheel winching skids or 'Easi-Skates', are clearly visible, compared to original-coloured skates, so the chances of losing or forgetting them at the scene of the recovery of a vehicle are greatly reduced.

Signs for the Times: Safety at the Roadside

Signs for the Times: Safety at the Roadside

Roadside recovery can be a very dangerous and hazardous business, whether it be on a winding country lane or on a busy 'A' road.

Wherever the recovery, the issues are the same - vehicles approaching too fast, oblivious of what is ahead.