Maintenance

Micro Bird makes Onspot chains a factory installed option

Posted on October 13, 2011
Onspot's chains allow the operator to engage and disengage tire chains at  the flip of a switch.
Onspot's chains allow the operator to engage and disengage tire chains at the flip of a switch.

DRUMMONDVILLE, Quebec — Micro Bird Inc. has added Onspot of North America's automatic tire chains as a factory installed option at its school and commercial bus plant.

Onspot's technology allows the operator to engage and disengage tire chains at the flip of a switch to enhance traction and reduce stopping distance in snow and ice, increasing the safety of school buses, according to the company.

Onspot is a member of the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services Supplier Council.

Related Topics: Micro Bird Inc.

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