A wedge of sturdy material placed behind a vehicle's wheels to prevent accidental movement. Placed for safety in addition to setting the brakes. The bottom surface is sometimes coated in rubber to enhance grip with the ground. One edge of the wedge has a concave profile to contour to the wheel and increase the force necessary to overrun the chock.
Maximum Height: 106mm
How to use
- To use wheel chocks, they must be selected to match the size of the tyres on the vehicle, and used in pairs.
- Use the wheel chocks on a firm surface.
- Place the vehicle in Park and apply the parking/emergency brake.
- Position wheel chocks snugly against the center of the tyre, in the direction of the grade.
- Chock both of the tyres in the direction of the grade.
- If the vehicle is on a flat surface, chock on both sides of the tyre, and use two sets of chocks.
- The above ruling is especially helpful if the vehicle will be undergoing engine work or is being loaded or unloaded with the engine running.
- Make sure the chocks meet holding requirements; improperly used chocks can result in product failure.
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