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Camping or 4wding in summer? These bushfire tips could save your life!

My Jeep caught fire, now the bush is alight. What do I do? Or maybe your Jeep didn’t catch fire (not likely) either way, it’s looking like you’re in a

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Total Fire Bans: what it means to camping and 4wding

Some parts of the world face tornado’s or earthquakes. Queensland in Australia endure’s a lot of floods and cyclones. For those of us in the southern parts of Western Australia,

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How To Perform A Winch Recovery

Winching is something that I won’t pretend to have a whole heap of experience in doing. I don’t yet own a winch! I’ve still managed to run the odd rope,

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This basic 4wd tool kit will get you out of trouble

Anyone who intends on traveling further than the outskirts of town, whether on the tarmac or the dirt; needs a tool kit in their vehicle. If it’s just a quick

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Is this the most difficult terrain you’ll ever drive?

I was with a bunch of mates  the other day,  knockin back a couple of bush chooks (a piss weak aussie beer who’s actual name is Emu Export) when we

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Hi Lift 4wd jacks; why EVERYBODY should own one!

Sometimes referred to as a high lift jack, or a kangaroo jack; the ‘Hi-Lift’ is actually the brand name of probably the biggest supplier of these type’s of jacks. I’ve

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When You Nearly Roll Your Vehicle

If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook or Google Plus, this image will look familiar to you: It is one of my sketchier 4wding moments, just a couple of feet

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6 Tips and Tools To Plan An Epic 4wd Adventure

It’s been 3 hours now since the last glimmer of sunlight disappeared over the horizon, taking with it your last hopes of making camp before dark. The short cut became

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The biggest 4wding mistake you’ll ever make

As a new 4wder, the one thing you will read and hear the most is “be prepared with all the correct recovery gear” or “don’t go out alone if you