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<p>Find and buy wheel chocks and wedges from verified suppliers on IndustrySearch. Wheel chocks and wedges are used to prevent accidental movement of vehicles.</p><p>Factors to consider when buying wheel chocks and wedges:</p><ul><li><strong>Materials</strong>&nbsp;&ndash; Choose the one best suited for the intended use.<ul><li><strong>Rubber</strong> &ndash; The most common type because it is durable and inexpensive.</li><li><strong>Polyurethane plastic</strong> &ndash; The second most common, better than rubber in resisting cuts, water damage and blunt damage.</li><li><strong>Aluminum</strong> &ndash; Heavy-duty type for cars and trucks. Can be used to mount a motorcycle or car.</li><li><strong>Steel alloy</strong> &ndash; The most durable and most expensive. Suitable for the heaviest vehicles.</li></ul></li><li><strong>Working load limit</strong> &ndash; Consider the weight of the vehicle.</li><li><strong>Tire diameter</strong> &ndash; The larger the tire, the larger the chock or wedge needed. A 40-inch tire needs 10-inch chock or wedge.</li><li><strong>Surface - </strong>Where will the chock or wedge will be used?&nbsp;Surface grade and texture will determine the type of chock or wedge needed.</li><li><strong>Other features to consider</strong> &ndash; Handles (loop or eyebolt), durability testing certificate, operating temperature range, visibility, fitting and locking, anti-trip, stability, minimum clearance and anti-slip property.</li></ul><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Contact our vendors for a free quote or expert advice on wheel chocks and wedges. Delivery available Australia wide.</p>