When I had my first Jeep, I was a little hesitant to get under the hood. If you are too, here are my best tips to help you get comfortable with working on your Jeep. Tackle these simple Jeep maintenance projects first. Then you can move onto more challenging things after that.
A list of fun places to take your Jeep off road – based on my own experiences in my Jeep CJ. States included: Oregon, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Utah & California
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.
Jim has gone offroading in Sedona, Arizona twice. I’ve been once. Photos from each trip are included here. Both times, we were 4wheeling on the Broken Arrow Trail inside the Coconino National Forest.
A great ‘Stomp’ style video from Julian Smith and his Jeep Cherokee.
The New Chrysler Corporation proudly proclaims their intent to continue with the Jeep line. Time will tell, as this newly restructured company comes on line. Hopefully, the proud Jeep will continue on, much to the delight of loyal Jeep owners and enthusiasts everywhere.
Some of the best videos featuring Jeeps offroad.
Looking for a unique gift for the Jeep owner in your life? Here are the “best of the best” Jeep gifts available this year… All price ranges are included.
The biggest reason Jim and I would use these soft top vents is to help ‘de-pressurize the cabin’ so to speak. You know, when you’re riding around and the Jeep soft top windows start to bulge until you crack a window? There are a lot of other reasons why Jeep window vents are good. Here’s why.
Wondering how to open the Sunrider portion of the Jeep soft top — so you’re riding around as if you have the sunroof open (rather than lowering the entire soft top on your Jeep)? Here are the step-by-step instructions for turning your Jeep Wrangler’s soft top into a sun roof…
I have to think that there’s an unspoken rivalry between Jeeps and Hummers and the people who own them. It’s all in good fun, of course. Or not… So, does anyone REALLY care that the Hummer might be on its way out?
The Tail of the Dragon — also called the Dragon’s Tail — is definitely a daredevil stretch of roadway. But that’s not why we go there. We go there for the scenic views and a fun ride in the Jeep with the top down. I’m sure the motorcyclists hate us for that though. Here are pictures & fun facts about the Tail of the Dragon at Deal’s Gap.
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!
Today’s golf carts are actually called golf cars and most have a number of custom features added, resulting in a highly personalized vehicle… that’s practical too! Check out these luxury electric vehicles and custom golf carts…
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.
Here’s a run-down of everything you need to consider if your Jeep has a soft top…
Here’s a video we made that shows how to remove the soft top from a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
We love Jeeps. And we enjoy good ads. Combine the two, and what have you got? The best Jeep commercials… ever!
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…
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.
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!
Here’s a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited review. For the most part, it’s ALL positive — there are far more pros than cons to Jeep Unlimiteds. Overall, a Jeep Wrangler is comfortable. It’s practical. And, it’s FUN! Enjoy this Jeep Unlimited review…
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’…