AutoSock Customer Reviews
G Preston - 23/10/2012 | Vehicle type: 4x4
WHERE I LIVE MY PROBLEM WAS NOT SO MUCH GETTING UP THE HILL IN MY CROSSOVER BUT COMING BACK DOWN. wHEN THE CAR STARTED SLIDING I MANAGED TO GET IT INTO THE SIDE AND PUT ON THE AUTOSOCKS. I THEN HAD NO PROBLEMS GETTING DOWN THE HILL AND ALSO NO PROBLEM TURNING THE CORNER AT THE BOTTOM. I WILL DEFINITELY BE USING THEM AGAIN THIS WINTER.
G Sutherland - 22/10/2012 | Vehicle type: Estate
Autosock is by far a great investment to get you out of a sticky situation when on a untreated road. Autosock is still the number one item to have in your boot when winter arrives. Forget the competition original Autosock are still the best on the market!
P Truin - 14/10/2012 | Vehicle type: Van
We have a set of Autosock for each of our vehicles, 2 cars and a Sprinter van, they have all been used on numerous occasions during the winter and have proved to be invaluable, I cannot recommend this item enough, everybody should keep a set in their vehicle, they are a doddle to put on and just to have that piece of mind knowing that if you do do get caught out by bad weather you can drive with confidence.
R Cooper - 14/10/2012 | Vehicle type: Hatchback
Auto sock is really easy and quick to put on and works well on the snow Would have struggled without them, brilliant product.
N Marley - 14/10/2012 | Vehicle type: Estate
Easy to put on. Only needed one of them in fresh snow. All the other cars and lorries were sliding around and I went straight up the hill that leads to our house. The car has low profile tyres that are useless in snow. Not tried in frozen snow and would expect that there may be quite a lot of damage to the sock. We use winter tyres on the other car a Yaris as my wife needs to do visits in roads that vary from cleared to unclear where chains are hopeless.
T Thorpe - 12/10/2012 | Vehicle type: Estate
I didn't need to use my Autosock last winter so it's still available and tucked away in the boot ready for use again this winter - hence the mid range star rating above. I'd be happy to let you know how effective or otherwise it is should I get the need to use it then.
M Messer - 30/09/2012 | Vehicle type: Hatchback
Since moving to bottom of hill with little run up, I've only used my socks twice, once up my hill to work only 1-2miles, and when I tested them to see how effective they where, found snowy hill, on quiet back road, and drove up as high as I could without socks, try 3 or 4 times to get the car the rest of the way up the hill with out socks on. Stop fitted socks spin the wheels complete fitting and happy drove up the rest of the hill, braking no the downhill feel much saver. Hope for lots more snow in the uk this year, More fun to be had :). AutoSock or 4x spare wheel with winter tyres, I would love real winter tyres (studded but illegal in uk :()
N Jones - 22/09/2012 | Vehicle type: Estate
Living in the Devon countryside we needed a plough to get out over the last 4 winters. After a lot of research I finally plumped for a pair of Autosock for my wifes Rover 75 estate, as working in the care industry means she needs to get out no matter what. After using them 5 or 6 times, we were so happy with them that this year I have purchased some for my Golf estate. Tucked in the back of the car with the winter kit, we are ready for what ever comes our way. The minimum journey is 2 miles of country road until we get to the main road where we removed and carried on the salted blacktop.
W Finlay - 14/09/2012 | Vehicle type: Estate
In snow felt more secure and safer with the Autosocks fitted. Able to drive when the alternative was far more risky without them. A must have for the British winter.
M Hobbs - 13/09/2012 | Vehicle type: Saloon
Bought them direct from AutoSock. Great service. Used them on my rear wheel drive Mercedes E class in blizzard emergency conditions on country roads. Cars abandoned all over the place and stranded motorists. I managed to get home safely. Literally a life saver. Could not recommend them highly enough. Could literally save your life one day.