Helpful Hints - Rock Driving

Any type of rock driving/climb should be assessed before committing yourself – get out and have a look. Pick your line and try to stick to it. If necessary have someone guide you through the climb.

Remember the Slow and Steady rule here: Charging at a rock climb will, in most cases, result in damage being done to your vehicle.

Be aware of where your differential is situated as this is usually the lowest point on your vehicle and the most likely part of your vehicle to get hung up on a rock.

Avoid wheel spin….

There are a multitude of websites available offering more information on this topic or alternatively, you can always check with our club driver development officer.