AutoSock HP 745 Winter Traction Aid, For High Performance Tires

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  • Easy-to-mount, self-centering alternative to tire chains
  • Safe on aftermarket wheels and can be used with electronic traction control systems and ABS
  • Lightweight, easy-to-store, reusable, and machine washable
  • Each set comes with two AutoSocks, user manual, storage bag, and gloves
  • Only one set per vehicle required, even for AWD and 4WD applications

Product Description
AutoSock - the simple solution to maximise grip on snow and ice. The secret: high performance fibers. A perfect temporary winter traction aid for vehicles. Quick and easy to fit and remove. Proven to improve cars' safety systems. Reusable. Approved by and sold to leading car manufacturersAmazon.com
Unexpected winter weather can create driving conditions demanding more traction than conventional tires -- or even snow treads -- can provide. But tire chains are bulky to store and can be difficult to put on in cold, snowy weather. Now there is an easy-to-use alternative to chains: Designed in Norway, AutoSock is a new and innovative lightweight fabric-based, temporary traction aid for cars... More >>

AutoSock HP 745 Winter Traction Aid, For High Performance Tires


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5 Responses to AutoSock HP 745 Winter Traction Aid, For High Performance Tires

  1. E. Kostyak says:

    I bought this product thinking it was going to be a good investment. I’m a College student living in PA and with all the hills I thought this would be a good buy. Well it isn’t!!!! I used it once and the autosock is ruined!! It didnt add any more traction than my snow tires. I think it actually inhibited my snow tires from doing their job! I would not recommend this product for anyone. DO NOT waste your money. Go to your local tire stop and just by a good set of snow tires. If you are that afraid of ice, you can still get studded snow tires!!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Jeff Sakurai says:

    not legal when chains are required. thought it might work well but returned it before using it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Wonder Kid says:

    AMAZING!! No hassle, no struggle, easy to put on (unlike chains or cables) – traction is incredible!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. V. Wilson says:

    I bought these last year for a 2WD RAV4. I have a guarter-mile hilly gravel driveway to my house. For years I’ve had to struggle in the snow to put chains on my old Dodge truck just to get out when it snows, or had to park up at the road and walk out. This was getting tougher as I approach 60 so I decided to try the Auto Socks rather than spending thousands on a 4WD vehicle. Didn’t have much call for the Socks last year, but this year they’ve gotten a good workout. We’ve had several snows of up to 6 inches, with another one forecast for tomorrow. I don’t worry about it anymore.

    I put on the Auto Socks (5 minutes) drive out my driveway to the plowed street, take them off (3 minutes) and I’m on my merry way with not a problem. I can even do it in office clothes without getting all dirty and wet. When I come back, I just reverse the process and I’m home safe and sound. I’ve even been taking my 87-year old mom out to the Senior Center every day — that’s how confident I am with the traction. My driveway can’t be easily plowed so the snow and ice stays till a couple of days of above freezing temps. Haven’t had any of that lately, so I’ve been using the Socks 2-3 times a day for over a week now. I wouldn’t trade them for anything. Didn’t have to pay the extra money and gas for an all wheel drive vehicle, but get the same service.

    Here’s the thing. You cannot drive with them on dry pavement or they will tear. The gravel in my drive is hard on them, but they’re lasting fine with much use this winter. Even if I have to replace them every year or two — they are cheap for the peace of mind and independence I get from not having to worry so much about getting snowed in when I have to be at work. I highly recommend to anyone who doesn’t have the strength or desire to hassle with heavy chains or want to worry about getting stuck in the snow. These things are cheap for the freedom, safety, and peace of mind they bring. Would give mine six stars if I could. I’m trying to get all my friends to buy them even just to have in the car in case they get stuck out somewhere. I think they ought to be part of every car’s winter emergency kit. I’d rather have my Socks so I can get home myself than have a blanket in the car to keep warm till someone else rescues me. ‘Nuff said.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. dsakfong says:

    We bought our Toyota Sequoia (2 wheel drive) while living in Arizona. We then moved back to Colorado with a long, sloped driveway. It never failed that when there was snow or ice on the driveway I would slide or not make it up. After complaining about other “traction control remedies” we found the AutoSock. I got home last night to about an inch of ice on my driveway and got stuck about 50 feet up on the slope.

    I slid my way down and my son and I put on AutoSock. I wasn’t expecting much, but we were both shocked. I went right up with no sliding, slipping or hesitation. It took maybe 4 minutes to put on and 1 minute to take off. I am so happy we bought these!

    They definitely will wear a bit, especially if you are driving as I do on gravel as well, but they are worth it. I will purchase another pair when I have to, but for now they have been used several times and they are performing wonderfully.

    These are nice to have “just in case.” I plan on getting some for my son’s Honda Accord. It’s a purchase you won’t regret.

    Rating: 5 / 5