Driving off road is different than driving on pavement. If you’re thinking of taking your Jeep — or any other vehicle — offroad for the first time, I know how you’re feeling. I’ve been there. Here’s what you need to do.
Before taking your Jeep offroad for the first time, there are some things you should think about. Here are the most important Jeep parts to consider adding in order to improve your ride and make the time you spend off-road even more enjoyable.
Are images of 4×4 trail riders who tear up the landscape by driving wildly fact or fiction ? Or, is all fiction based partly on fact?
A great ‘Stomp’ style video from Julian Smith and his Jeep Cherokee.
I haven’t tried the Jeep Thrills Wii yet myself, but we’re thinking of getting a Wii and the Jeeper in me makes me want to try it. It’s just for fun anyway, right? Plus, my nephew would love it when he comes to visit!
Before heading off road, you should put some thought into what tools you need to put in your offroad toolbox. At a bare minimum, you’ll want to have the following items on hand.
Annual Jeep Go Topless Day offers prizes and a chance at 15 minutes of fame. See photos of all the Jeep owners that participated by going topless here…
A PSA from Tread Lightly! that helps us all understand the benefits and effects of offroading.
Sedona Jeep School offers 4×4 driving instruction in your own four-wheel drive vehicle or one of their Jeeps. They also offer convenient Jeep rental packages. If you live near Sedona, Arizona — or you’re looking for a reason to take a vacation — I’d encourage you to get some insider tips and 4×4 driving instruction from the pro’s at Sedona Jeep School. We did.
Jeep certainly used a one-of-a-kind promotion to showcase their 2006 Jeep Commander and to announce their partnership with Operation Gratitude as a means of getting donated items to U.S. Military Soldiers. Jeep is making nearly 2,800 Jeep dealerships nationwide…