Don't be lazy

Off-road driving demands respect and patience and definitely can’t be rushed. In unfamiliar terrain, it’s good to get out at a suitable spot and take a closer personal look at the depth of snow or water that your vehicle has to overcome. The rule of thumb is “if I can’t see it, I can’t drive it”. It’s also important to know the ground clearance and breakover angles of your car so that you don’t scrape the chassis or end up “teeter-tottering”.

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Published: 5. 3. 2018
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