Needless to say, 4-wheel drive doesn’t always cut it in the snow. After all, it simply provides even power distribution across all the tires and doesn’t do much to improve traction on the actual wheels or distribute the weight of the vehicle across the snow. If your best trailer tires, are too worn down for winter, we’re here to provide a solution. That said, we’ve seen everyday vehicles that have had their wheel system replaced by a tank like tread system that can cut through the snow like no other.  Alternatively, you could opt for a chain system, which surprising takes a fair bit of rigging.


The Track N Go appears to be the first and only of its kind.  Instead of having to remove the tires, the vehicle, as demonstrated in the video, just need to drive onto the rigging.  It’s not clear what the attachment process is, but by all accounts it looks simple enough that even the most grease monkey averse could handle it.  Once in place, the driver just need accelerate as normal, causing the wheels to spin and thus powering the tank treads, which provide unparalleled traction and weight distribution in the snow.

The Track N Go system comes from AD Boivin, a company that has apparently known for marketing powersports vehicles like motocross bikes and snowmobiles.  Unfortunately, the product is in the prototype stage, they haven’t said how much and it might not ever go into production, though they seem to hold a number of patents on the system.

Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

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  1. 25000 they are smoking crackkits for atvs are under 5 grand if lets see its been out 6 years correct? Hom many kits have been sold?

    1. Because new single snow mobiles cost around $12,500 and multi person snow mobiles cost upwards of $40,000… This one allows you to take your $40,000 Jeep anywhere with heating and up to 5 people in the vehicle… Create your own if you think the price is too high otherwise don’t buy one.

  2. if you look closer at the system it has two rollers between the tire and the track if the tire was against the track then it would need to be in reverse to go forward and the other way around

  3. My idea is that the tire will wear the track out because it is rubber on rubber. You will be changing the track on it all the time.

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