Everyone knows water is essential to life. Even in cold climate areas, you need a minimum of 2 litres of water each day to maintain efficiency. But when touring in your 4x4, you don’t want to JUST be surviving, you want to be enjoying yourself.
Dust is an iconic part of the Australian road trip. Coming home to a vehicle covered in red dust is the expectation and usually something that keeps finding its way into cracks months after you’ve finished your trip.
But you really don’t want dust inside your vehicle.
Taking a quality photograph of a vehicle is a simple process made more effective following these few basic steps. From an iPhone to a top of the line DSLR, irrespective of what camera you have, the following tips will help you take a better photo of your 4x4.
There are so many option for sleeping arrangements these day, all which have their own merits. It can be hard to make the choice of which one is right for you - and often it'll depend on the trip you're doing.
With electric winches becoming more popular and more and more affordable accessory on the modern 4x4; the choice between using steel cable or synthetic rope on your winch is a question most people need to address.