Track N Go System Lets You Drive Your Car In Ice At Ease!

On ice, it’s not possible to drive a car and even if it’s possible, then it’s quite hard to drive the car at right direction. Therefore, tracks are added by replacing wheels to move and control the car. However, AD Boivin Inc has brought a new track called Track N Go. The best thing of Track N Go system is you don’t have to remove the wheels to set the tracks, rather you can set the tracks onto all 4 wheels within 15 minutes.

The Track N Go System Attached To Tires

AD Boivin Inc. is a company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets products for the motorsports industry and for other vehicles on snow. The company was . It is widely known for the development and the marketing of kits and suspension systems for high-end snowmobile. However, usually trackers are installed by replacing wheels.

Track N Go Attached Onto The Car Wheel

But after several years of research and development, AD Boivin Inc. has made Track N Go. In fact, it is “the  first ever wheel driven track system.” In other words, you don’t have to remove the wheels, rather you can add the trackers onto the wheels in 15 minutes.

Track N Go Attached To Front Wheels

The Track N Go makes it much easier to use tracks on your vehicles. Each Track N Go kit comes with four tracks and two loading ramps. To get the tracks onto your wheels, you have to place the tracks first on the ground, two at a time (side by side) with the ramps leading up to them.

Ski-like Deflector Plates Of Track N Go Track

You then just drive up onto them, and clamp them on – integrated rubber rollers press into the tire from either side, apparently holding everything securely in place. The bottom of each tire ends up resting on a set of grip-textured geared rollers within the track. When the wheel turns, it turns the rollers, which subsequently turn the rubber track belt at a 1:1 ratio.

Track N Go Set Under A Car

Ski-like deflector plates on each track help Track N Go tracks to ride up on top of snow instead of diving into it. For stretches between deep snow, the tracks can also be used on hard road surfaces at speeds of up to 60 km/h (37 mph). However, a complete Track N Go package costs US$25,000. Here’s a video for you.

Source: Track N Go

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Anatol Rahman is the Editor at TheTechJournal. He loves complicated machineries, and crazy about robot and space. He likes cycling. Before joining TheTechJournal team, he worked in the telemarketing industry. You can catch him on Google+.

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