When you own a Jeep Wrangler, every other Jeep Wrangler owner in the world is your friend. No kidding. This camaraderie is identified by something called ‘the Jeep Wave’… or the ‘Jeep Wrangler Wave’. Truthfully, it’s not limited to Jeep Wranglers though… ALL Jeep drivers wave to other Jeep drivers. It’s all in good fun! Here’s how to do the Jeep Wave, the official Jeep Wave rules, and a few other vehicles that have a similar wave.
Before you start exploring Jeeps for sale on Craigslist, read this first! You can come away from a Craigslist Jeep transaction happy — I’ve done it before. I’ve also gone through some less-than-savory ordeals with vehicles purchased off Craigslist. I’m sharing some of those stories here, in hopes that you can benefit from my mistakes.
Where do you turn when you have a specific Jeep question? I often turn to a Jeep forum. See why these are my favorite Jeep forums – I’ve listed the pros and cons of each.
I’ll never forget the first time I experienced the dreaded death wobble in my Jeep. It was terrifying! Fortunately, I was able to fix my Jeep death wobble – here’s how I did it.
I wish I could go back in time and tell these 4 things to my younger, Jeep-owning self. They would’ve saved me heartache, time & money as a new Jeep owner.
Buy a Jeep Wrangler was on my bucket list ever since I could drive. Now that we’ve owned 3, it’s time to add fun places and things to do in a Jeep to that bucket list. Here’s what’s on my Jeep bucket list. What’s on yours?
Photos from our fun-filled day of Jeeping was like in Aruba, plus tips before you rent a Jeep in Aruba when you’re on vacation.
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.
Here are some modifications and aftermarket items added to a 1990 Jeep Wrangler YJ by our friend, Steve, after he bought this black Jeep from us. Check out the pictures!
It’s no secret that Jim & I love Jeep Wranglers. But Wranglers certainly aren’t the only Jeeps worth driving, in our opinion. For most of our married life together, we have owned at least one Jeep. Usually a Wrangler… but there for awhile, the Jeep Grand Cherokee was our vehicle of choice.
The bizarre story of how we acquired our 2004 Jeep TJ Unlimited. It’s a review of sorts… but much more than that. Do you name your vehicles? See why we named this Jeep ‘AJ’…
For years, Jim has been the Jeep lover in our family. For the most part, I’ve been the quiet Jeep passenger — both on-road and off. But who knew, that I would become a future owner of a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited? And an almost new one at that?!
Jim has wanted a Jeep Wrangler for years. But, his desire to own this fun convertible had rapidly progressed from a “want” to a “whine” in recent months. Much the same way we used to shout “Slug Bug!” as…
Jim and I have always appreciated the Jeep brand for its durability and reliability. Here, 2 of our Jeeps are parked in the garage: A 1990 Jeep Wrangler and a 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Following are photos from the day I said goodbye to my personal vehicle that I got before I married […]