Tracks for cars are not a new thing, but Track N GO is. The Dominator track system, for example, provided great mobility for hard to reach snow capped wilderness. It is almost more difficult to get stuck than cruise through the snow with these on. However, the Track N Go took a different approach and it might easily be better for several reasons.
The first thing is that you do NOT need to get your tires off before installing the Track N Go. How great is that? You only need to have a car that has wheel adapters and you can use it. Additional bonus is that it takes fewer than 15 minutes to install them on all four wheels. To be honest, with this kind of practicality even a far more difficult installation would be readily acceptable. You simply connect them to your wheels and your tires actually make the tracks turn, which means you can move and choose direction with ease and even reverse just like you would in normal conditions.
Also, the Track N Go can be used on clean roads as well, so it is invaluable if your off-road snow adventure is intersected with clean road sections. This is not common in this market and it sure increases its value significantly. Having in mind the conditions it is made for, the Track N Go also provides remarkable top speed of 37mph on hard surfaces and 9 to 25 mph on snow – the range existing due to the differences among types of snow and its thickness.
The ride is surprisingly comfortable due to the pneumatic mounting configuration and impact absorbing tires.
The price of $25,000 does make this product expensive, but it allows you to use your beloved car in road conditions that made it impossible in the past. It beats snowmobiles when it comes to practicality, carrying capacity, passenger room and enjoying a smooth and warm ride in a heated cabin. Easy installation makes it stand out from other car track systems out there, as does its top speed and clean road ability. The Track N Go is truly a revolution in this field. watch video below
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