Wheel Chocks

Wheel chocks are wedge-shaped blocks that prevent vehicles and trailers from rolling while parked or during maintenance. They are typically made of heavy-duty, durable materials such as rubber or plastic.

Wheel chocks are commonly used in a variety of situations, including:

  1. Loading and unloading trucks and trailers
  2. Parking aircraft and ground support equipment
  3. Preventing boats and trailers from rolling into the water
  4. Securing construction equipment and heavy machinery
  5. Stabilising RV's and campers while parked

It's essential to use wheel chocks correctly and by the manufacturer's instructions to ensure their effectiveness. Proper use of wheel chocks can help prevent accidents and injuries caused by vehicle movement.


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