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Training Our Limits

Training Our Limits

Overland Training was featured on Expedition Portal! Excerpt: "The most elite units in the world rely on training, best-practice, and continuous improvement; yet many overland travelers skip this critical first step towards competency and safety in the field. I first...

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Off Roading in Mud | Go-Rig Advanced Driving

Off Roading in Mud | Go-Rig Advanced Driving

In the last article of our Go-Rig Driving series, we got to grips with the technicalities of using a high-lift jack which should adequately prepare you for the biggest pleasure of all when it comes to 4x4 driving in your Go-Rig: Mud! When it comes to off roading...

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Fieldcraft Mobility Water Crossings

Fieldcraft Mobility Water Crossings

Most SUV or 4x4 owners’ skill levels are compromised by their lack of actual 4x4 experiences and this is reflected in the ever-present level of fear when going off-road. Fear of damaging the vehicle, fear of getting stuck and fear of getting lost. In our fifth...

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How to Use a Winch | Go-Rig Advanced Driving

How to Use a Winch | Go-Rig Advanced Driving

In the fourth Fieldcraft Survival installment of our series on advanced Go-Rig driving skills, we look at how to use a winch, the most dangerous but effective tool that a 4x4 owner could possibly hope for in a recovery situation. In this article, we examine some of...

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Snatch Strap Recovery | Go-Rig Advanced Driving

Snatch Strap Recovery | Go-Rig Advanced Driving

In the sixth part of our Fieldcraft Go-Rig Advanced Driving series, we will examine the use of snatch recovery straps. Snatch Straps, also referred as a “tug-ems”, should be the very first item any 4x4 or SUV owner purchases as part of a comprehensive 4x4 recovery...

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