|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 09:14 PM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For some businesses, the late summer season is the slowest time of the year. However, the warm weather and sunny skies of the season mean that, for construction and road workers, summer is often the busiest time of year. This can be a great benefit for areas that suffer from pot holes and other hazards, but construction can bring its own set of challenges; that includes heavy traffic and potentially dangerous debris on roads, in some cases necessitating mobile tire repair. That's why an increasing number of motorists are looking to safeguard their vehicles from the dangers of road travel with the tyre sealant products offered at Ride-On, the orange goo more and more drivers are trusting to keep them safe.
Any time you take to the road, there is an element of risk. However, uncertainty can be minimized substantially by preparing your vehicle to handle inevitable minor and major threats. One of the most useful tools for preventing flats caused by punctures is also one of Ride-On's ever more ubiquitous orange gel. The formula is an industrial-grade tire sealant that protects tires and rims of vehicles that is designed to reduce downtime by sealing punctures, conditioning casings, and helping to reduce rim corrosion and scale buildup in industrial, off-road and agricultural tires. (The company also offers a tire protection monitoring system that ensures that drivers are alerted when tires are not properly inflated. These products work so well that Ride-On LED Smart Caps for fire and ambulances, as well as construction and road work, have become among the most trusted products on the market.)
While there are certainly other brands and products that promise to promote road safety, Ride-On Tire Conditioner & Sealant™ can back up its claims with a proven record of success. For example:
- Reduced downtime and extended tire life. Preventing flats and sealing punctures that can be up to ¼" in diameter, as well as slowing leak extends the overall life of the tire and means fewer unexpected delays.
- Ride-On tire sealant will not harm tires and wheels. TC&S™ conditions casings and contains corrosion inhibitors that actually help reduce scale and corrosion buildup.
- Lower labor costs. TC&S™ helps with mounting and de-mounting of off-road, industrial, and agricultural tires.
Ride-On sealant is formulated to prevent freezing and separation at high temperatures, and is available in both convenient 6-gallon pails and 55-gallon drums.
Whether you're looking to protect an automobile, commercial truck or construction vehicle, motorcycle or ATV, you can rest assured that by choosing the bright orange Ride-On products, you'll find these products are as good as gold. Don't get side-lined by dangerous and costly road hazards - allow Ride-On to protect your vehicle with their Tire Protection System (TPS) and the various other products offered by the innovative company. You can learn more by visiting www.ride-on.com or call 888-374-3366 (888-3-RIDE-ON).
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