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May 31, 2015
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I’m going to be having lots of questions on my new van…😂😂😂😂😆😆😆😆

Now these look like some sort of grip mats to me but why do they fold up as there not some sort of wedge and there is signage saying this way up when they look the same both sides… there not very long and there not very grippy, any ideas..?

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Traction (grip)mats.

 
Feb 6, 2019
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There you are! I was wrong! in the old days, People used old carpet looped round the bottom rung of a ramp to hold it in place under the wheel, but maybe the grippy plastic modern ones probably don't skid away like in the days of yore.

I'd not test them tho by parking on quicksand!
 
Jun 12, 2017
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I call them traction pads. I bought a set for a fiver at a meet of a member and used them last summer to help a motor homer gain traction in soft sand on a beach
 
Dec 20, 2018
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They are traction mats. I bought several sets from Aldi. They work very well.
 

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