When the vehicle is parked on a slope or the vehicle starts, there may be a risk that the vehicle will lose its balance or scratch the front and rear vehicles, resulting in economic losses or casualties. Therefore, the existence of a chock is very important. Car chocks are usually placed behind non-steering wheels, which can protect safety of pedestrians and near vehicles when the vehicle loses balance.
The chocks produced by Eastsea Rubber provides three types for different vehicles. They are for cars, large trucks and aircraft. The handle design is added at the back of the chock to enhance the anti-skid ability and make the vehicle stop stably. A handle is also added at the rear of the stop, which is convenient for lifting and placing and labor-saving for moving.Small chocks can give people a big sense of security.