ZARGES de-icing platform.

De-icing trailers made easy.

In winter, ice slabs often form on the tarpaulin cover and body of trucks that have been parked outdoors. Such ice slabs may slide off a truck and fall onto the road in the first few kilometres next time the truck sets off. This can spell danger for the traffic behind the truck. These ice slabs can weigh up to a few hundred kilograms each; every winter, there are accidents involving ice slabs – sometimes even with deadly consequences.

Therefore, legislators have made it the responsibility of truck drivers to remove ice slabs from their vehicles. A fine of 25 euros is imposed for an ice slab falling off a truck, even if it does not affect the traffic behind. The penalties become even stiffer when the ice slab endangers the traffic behind or, worse still, causes an accident. In cases where ice