Before you head out on your next off-roading excursion, check out these helpful tips to keep you and your passengers safe, while still having fun!
Scout out your terrain ahead of time, before hitting the trails. Running into rough land when you’re not expecting it, can cause the driver to lose control, and/or damage the vehicle.
Your tire pressure should vary depending on the difficulty of the terrain. Lowering your tire pressure can help to gain better traction, and be able to mold around rocks and rough roads.
If you will be crossing areas of water, then it is important to check the depth. Water levels can be quite deceiving and dangerous.
Know your off-road vehicle, and know it well! It’s important to understand the clearance levels of your vehicle; front back, underneath, and overhead. You don’t want to damage your vehicle by scraping it against a rock that you thought would clear.
These are just a few tips to get you started on your next off-roading adventure! For more advice, and the best customer service visit Tire and Wheel Master for all your off-road needs.
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