AutoSock Light Truck Tire Traction Device

$131.23 Per Pair

SAE Class: Class S

Image is for reference only, tire/wheel not included. Tire socks only. Socks are sold in pairs (2 socks) and will cover two tires.

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Tire chains are sold in pairs (will cover one axle)


Free shipping for orders over $75 in the Contiguous U.S.


Same Day Shipping on most orders before 3pm CST.

Product Overview

Autosock is a textile winter traction device that keeps you moving in winter driving conditions. Full safety meets excellent design, since 1998. Approved and certified by the in-house standard of DAF Trucks. Quick and easy mounting and demounting. Weight less than 2kg - easier to handle than conventional metallic snow chains. Lightweight, corrosion-stable and easy to store, especially in comparison to metal snow chains. Self-centering while driving. Compatible with all electronic safety systems (ABS, ESP etc.). No vibration and low noise level. The perfect winter traction device solution for trucks and buses caught in sudden snowfall or on icy roads. Reusable and easy care, machine washable at 40°C. Environmentally friendly and recyclable. Sold in pairs.



Chain Material


USA Made


Simple Tips

Installing Your Tire Chains


Test fit your chains before you need them. Be sure you have the correct chains for your tire size. Consult your owner’s manual if you are unsure.


Lay the chains out flat on the ground to untangle and inspect them for irregularities. Make sure they are not twisted or knotted.


Install the tire chains on the drive wheels of your vehicle, which are typically the front wheels for front-wheel drive vehicles and the rear wheels for rear-wheel drive vehicles.


Check for proper clearance of your vehicle. Then, drive a short distance and check the chains to make sure they are properly secured and adjusted. Never drive over 30 MPH.


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Q & A

i have awd car so do i need these for all 4 wheels or just 2 ? nigel townsend asked on January 9, 2024

Hello, it is generally recommended that you cover all 4 tires on an AWD vehicle with tire socks. If you have any additional questions or would like more information, please give us a call at 866-890-0702. One of our tire chain experts would be happy to assist you!

Tirechainsrus.com answered on January 10, 2024
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