"These are the best wheel chokes money can buy. They are bulkier than other but havent had a problem with these holding my boat in place. I have had a ceap collaspable type that folded under pressure,"... (read full reviews)
"I own a pair of these and they are solid, heavy rubber. When mine are not being used to chock a vehicle I'm working under, they sit outside in front of my van's wheels. They have not shown any"... (read full reviews)
"They work perfect and don't take up much room. They are required in our class A and B trucks in case of brake failure. We just add a rope between the eyelets and put them in the cab."... (read full reviews)
"I really love these wheel chocks. We use them for all of our vehicles, including heavy work trailers and tractor-weight equipment. I would give them 5 stars, except they stink to high heaven for"... (read full reviews)
"We received 3 of these to be used in an ambulance bay.
Some of our drivers had trouble backing the ambulances in. This is really helping with the problem.
They are light weight, and can be picked"... (read full reviews)
"Great product for any size RV that needs jack pads. I have a 41' Diesel and I can drive up on them or use them for my jack pads. Solid and don't warp. I have two sets and highly recommend them. Look"... (read full reviews)
"Product will likely help stop trailer movement, but not a substitute for wheel caulks. Also the one we tried was easy to remove from the wheels when in the looked position after adjusting it properly."... (read full reviews)
"These chocks are pretty small. They work good for my boat on the concrete driveway, though. They have rubber feet on the bottom (you can barely see them in the picture). They're glued on and, even"... (read full reviews)