Some of the best videos featuring Jeeps offroad.
Taking your Jeep offroad for the first time? Before you hit the backcountry roads and rough terrain, read through these offroad tips first! Jeep owners share their favorite places to go offroad in the United States, which Jeep parts & accessories you need for offroading, and advice for driving on different types of terrain.
While none of these items is absolutely necessary to get you back home safely, these things will, however, make your off-road experience even more fun!
Make your own 4×4 first aid kit for four-wheeling offroad in the backcountry. Here are the first aid items you should include in your off road kit. You never know…these things could help save your life!
Offroad Safety & Recovery Gear Every 4-Wheeler Needs
Off Road Safety Gear & Supplies To Take Along
Having the right parts on board could make the difference between walking out and driving out when you’re offroading.
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.
Closely inspect the inner workings of your vehicle and make sure that the following parts are in good working condition and you don’t hear any strange noises coming from these areas.
When it comes to geocaching, you can go the safe and easy route, or you can choose the more adventurous route. If you’re going the more challenging route… here are some tips for Geocaching with your 4×4.
Here’s everything you need to know to find your first geocache, hide your first geocache, and get started Geocaching for the first time. It’s tons of fun. All you need is a little tiny bit of a sense of adventure. Ready… set… find it!
My review of the FG50 Freedom Grill. We also have a lot of the Freedom Grill accessories, too. Here’s why we love the Freedom Grill FG-50…
Here’s a strange but true story of how easy it is for a Jeep to end up in the ocean — when you’re riding along the beach!
I got a good deal on a Jeep CJ5 because the exhaust was leaking badly and oil was pooling under the engine. I looked it over and took a chance that I could handle the repairs. After writing the check for $3,500 I took her home.
Jeep tours are similar to Jeep rentals, but they’re different in that Jeep tours are usually highly organized and structured. There is just enough flexibility built in to a Jeep tour that enables you to do some offroading while you’re seeing the sights. Jeep tours are a great way to enjoy the outdoors while taking in the sights and having all of the “minor details'” taken care of for you
I’m a Jeep tour guide in Sedona, and many people think that this would be a dream job. If you are one of those, read this first! Here’s everything you want to know about Jeep tour guides, including how to get hired and what to expect your first days on the job.
If you own a Jeep, then it’s probably a good idea to join a Jeep club. Some Jeep clubs are well-structured and have membership rules — and possibly even fees which go toward group events. Others are loosely structured and have a ‘come & go as you please’ attitude. Here’s why it makes sense to become familiar with the Jeep clubs in your area, and why you should consider joining one soon…
Thinking of going to Land Between the Lakes for some offroading? We’ve been there a couple of times… here are some pictures, maps, directions, and reviews. Plus, some off-road videos too — filmed at Turkey Bay ORV Area!
Jeep’s newest marketing strategy incorporates the tagline ‘Have fun out there.’ What a concept! We’ve all known for years that Jeeps are fun vehicles to ride in and drive. Now… they’re promoting just HOW much fun you can have in a Jeep.
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.
In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, just outside of Cherokee, NC, is a 14-mile trail known as Heintooga Round Bottom Road. It looked pretty tame, so we decided to give it a spin in our Jeep.
Got an afternoon (or a weekend) to kill? How about 70 bucks or so? Then do like we did… be spontaneous, pack some snacks, maybe some camping gear, and rent a JEEP!
Here’s how we spent our weekend in Gatlinburg, Tennessee this time. Sometimes we get bonus points for being spontaneous. Other times we consider ourselves complete idiots for our lack of planning!
About our first trip to Phoenix Arizona for Spring Training baseball, including a side trip to the Grand Canyon. Check out our Chevy Chase moment…