Question: Is there any thing that can give traction on ice at speeds above 30mph? (Snow tires are good, but are there any that grip ice?) Explanation: I was wondering if anyone - 1. Had used Tyre Grip, and what is your opinion? http://www.tyre-grip.com/ 2. Had recommendations for traction on ice at hwy speeds? (Or as best as can be expected. I know glare ice is nasty unless you've got chains, and you can't go over 30mph with them.) I have a 97 Jeep GC Laredo, w/ 4WD (fulltime, can drive at hwy speeds in 4 wheel). Running snow tires (can't recall which ones off hand). Will try to post them tomorrow or Monday. But every winter you read about people hitting a patch of ice, flying off the road, or into oncoming traffic and being killed. Sometimes they were speeding, but many times it appears they were doing everything right. Being a mindful, cautious driver is by far the best, but are there any other options out there to give a little extra grip if you were to hit an ice patch? Even if you're driving slow, ice is nasty. Searched forums, and web. Haven't found an answer yet. Chains are good if you're around town, under 30 mph. Thanks in advance if you're able to respond. Even a link for more research is appreciated.