4wd Tag

A heavy guitar riff was blasting out of my Toyota 79 Landcruiser as I approached the Kennedy Range from the Gascoyne River on its southwestern side. The paved roads had run out long ago and we had been on gravel and dirt roads for some...

Environmentalism and 4WDing don't often go hand in hand. But there is no reason why they shouldn't. 4WDers love the outdoors and nature; they should be 100% behind any attempts to preserve and protect it for future generations. In my experience, most 4WD enthusiasts share my...

Getting your air pressure right when you are heading down the beaten track is a very big deal. A reliable tyre pressure gauge is key to getting the gains from setting your tyres to the right air pressure. BENEFITS OF CORRECT AIR PRESSURE PER TERRAIN TYPE Reduced...

If you are thinking about travelling and camping in your 4WD in remote areas, you are probably put off by the idea of breaking something. Here is a look at some of the essentials that will help you make that journey happen. This applies to...

4WD tyres are one of the biggest decisions you will make, especially when you are thinking about future plans of touring and camping around Australia. 4WD tyres have 3 basic types but you can look for hybrid tyres that have a larger band of suitability....

No matter what time of year you hit the beach in your 4WD, there are some basic rules of etiquette and safety that will go a long way. You need to be extra careful in summer months. I doesn’t matter how alone you might think...

Having a winch is the best insurance against getting stuck, especially when you are alone. There is nothing worse than waiting for hours for some help, or waiting even waiting the night, especially when the small investment of a winch would have you out of...

Four-wheel driving is like learning to drive all over again. There are lots of little changes you can make to get a whole lot further down that muddy road. Not all of us are into extreme driving but there will be times when you end...