Ever used a clamp-on or strap-on device to help with traction on icy or snowy roads? 

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And if you haven't ever used a traction device, but want a little something extra the next time you drive to work, your can check reviews here.

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AutoSock

Autosocks claim to slip easily over tires for extra grip. Read a review or add your own.

 

SnoBootz

SnoBootz are rubberized overshoes designed for your car tires. Read a review or add your own.

 

Spikes-Spider®

What's a Spikes-Spider? A bunch of arms with tungsten carbide studs embedded in the traction surface. Read a review or add your own.

 

GoClaws

GoClaws are straps that claim to install easily, even when you’re stuck, and supposedly work in mud as well as snow. Read a review or add your own.

 

Traditional Tire Chains (multiple manufacturers)

Good, old-fashioned tire chains have been in use for years.What's your experience with them? Read a review or add your own.

 

Auto Snow Traction Mats

Auto snow traction mats claim to stop spinning wheels.  Read a review or add your own.

 

Portable Tow Truck

The Portable Tow Truck claims to add emergency traction while being "nearly indestructable." Read a review or add your own.

 

Shurtrax

Shurtrax can add up to 400lbs of traction weight to a pickup truck. Read a review or add your own.