It all started with a simple thought.
Changing a tire is a necessary skill for all drivers, and Anna needed her kids to understand that — starting with her eldest, Devan, as soon as she got her license. As the story goes, teenagers can’t be told what’s good for them. Parents have to show them a better way.
It really hit home when Devan went off to university. Anna pictured her stuck on her commute, late at night, awkwardly handling heavy car tires on a busy highway shoulder. Devan would never do it unless the process was painless. There had to be a tool to remove the physical strain and struggle to make the job faster and easier — getting her off the road and arriving home safe.