For Active Seniors Who Enjoy The Open Road.Jim Perry
FOR ACTIVE SENIORS WHO ENJOY THE OPEN ROAD, TRAC-GRABBER PROVIDES PEACE OF MIND KNOWING THEY WON’T GET STUCK OR STRANDED IN THE ELEMENTS.
With a newly engineered rubber block design to provide extreme traction at the point of attack and a redesigned strap for easier attachment to the wheel, Trac-Grabber introduces its next-generation vehicle rescue device.
Getting Stuck Happens
Since the invention of the automobile, people have been getting stuck. Often times it happens in the most remote places to the nicest people enjoying the open road at the most inconvenient time. The thought of a loved one being stuck, stranded, and at the mercy of an absolute stranger or the elements is very frightening. Lightweight (1.5 pounds), easy to install within 30 seconds, and small enough to fit in any trunk, Trac-Grabber is the ideal vehicle rescue device for active seniors and any able body to unstuck a car, truck, or even RV from a snow and mud situation.
“Since 2010, TracGrabber has delivered on its core mission to get vehicles unstuck from snow or mud submerged conditions where tires simply can’t get the traction required to rescue the vehicle,” states Jim Perry, Trac-Grabber managing partner and product designer. “Our latest product is stronger, has better grip, and is just as light as before so anyone can install it. With these benefits, Trac-Grabber provides a driver with instant peace of mind and a sense of confidence to tackle their adventure knowing they won’t get stranded.”
The rescue device comes in sizes for cars, trucks, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), four-wheel drive vehicles, and even commercial vehicles (E.g., buses and semi-truck).
How It Works
Trac-Grabber works by placing its sturdy rubber blocks against each “drive” wheel. The blocks have been modified to fit the shape of the wheel for ideal grip and less slippage. Each block is held in place by Velcro straps that go through an opening in the wheel. In some cases, the hubcap is removed to expose the wheel opening to connect the device.
Once installed, drivers slowly apply power until the tires rotate to engage the rubber blocks with the surface. The blocks gain traction with the surface, lift and remove the vehicle from its submerged state to allow a driver to get to stable terrain. With a quick unfastening of the Velcro straps, the Trac-Grabber is removed.
Stated Perry, “With the new design based on customer feedback, our team has done it again with our next-generation product that is uniquely positioned to attract new audiences – such as women, young drivers, and even senior/mature adults who don’t want to the stranded. Like a jumper cable, Trac-Grabber is a driver’s insurance policy in the elements to rescue them when they need it most.”
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Trac-Grabber is dedicated to providing the most dependable vehicle rescue device from mud, snow, sand, and even ice. Beginning at $59.99, the product is sold online at TracGrabber (www.tracgrabber.com) and Amazon as well as in retail stores such as Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s, NAPA Auto Parts, and Canadian Tire.