Not every RV park or campsite you visit will be flat or level. Sometimes the terrain itself will be lumpy. On top of terrain that isn't flat, there are also considerations like soft earth, gravel, or sand. When the terrain beneath your rig isn't solid, there's a risk of your RV's metal jack feet sinking down or shifting in place.
Not only are SnapPads able to conform to uneven terrain like gravel because they are durable recycled tire crumb, they are also anti-slip and can grip any terrain. No more popping jacks or slipping in high winds or slick surfaces like ice.
They also help dampen vibrations and the "rock" of the rig when you are inside, making for a better RVing experience, they also lessen the chances of slippage or tilt being able to maintain a grip on a wide variety of terrains.
Another great benefit to SnapPads is the protection they offer to concrete or asphalt. Once your jack feet are protected with SnapPad you can avoid chips, cracks, ruts, rust stains, or other possible property damage that comes with unprotected jacks!
SnapPads are the ultimate jack pad option. Because they attach permanently, you never have to worry about damaging your property - or an RV park - again.
Please note that on very soft terrain - especially for big rigs (45 ft+) - you may need additional support below your SnapPad.