When you buy a vehicle recovery kit it will include rated shackles and rated recovery straps, but these won’t be of much use unless you have rated recovery points affixed to your 4×4.
Safely towing a trailer or caravan requires a whole set of extra driving skills…so don’t think you can just hitch up and go if you’ve never towed anything before. Here are our top trailer towing tips.
Driving through water can be an intimidating experience for novices and experts alike. Here are our tips on how to handle water crossings.
The humble dual-cab 4×4 ute ain’t so humble any more. We look at the top 5 best hero utes either on the Aussie market or about to land here soon.
Handheld UHF radio is a handy tool when four-wheel driving and the Aussie-made Oricom UHF5500 is one of the best on the market.
The Suzuki Jimny is big news right now thanks to the launch of an all-new model, but for those who want a slightly more affordable pint-size 4×4 there are plenty of used examples on the market. Here’s what you need to know when looking for a used Jimny…
One of the most important aspects of planning a trip into remote locations is to calculate your expected fuel usage, your vehicle’s range and how much extra fuel you’ll need to carry. Here’s how…
Dean Mellor’s Volkswagen Amarok TDI550 Core Review With Pricing, Specs, Performance, Ride And Handling, Safety, Verdict And Score.
The Hema HX-1 Navigator makes finding your way easy, no matter whether you’re on the road or off it.
Dean Mellor’s Toyota Prado VX Review With Pricing, Specs, Performance, Ride And Handling, Safety, Verdict And Score.
If you’re going to drive at night on country or outback roads your vehicle’s headlights will need all the help they can get. These Australian designed and made Lightforce Genesis LED driving lights are bright enough to turn night into day.
The Ford versus Holden battle lives on in the form of bespoke dual-cab 4×4 utes – the Ford Performance Ranger Raptor and the HSV Colorado Sportscat+. Which one lives up to the hype… and the price tag.
While 4×4 utes are well suited to bush touring adventures, they don’t offer the comfort, cabin space or luggage security of a 4×4 wagon, so it’s little wonder adventuring families often opt for the latter. Here are the top-sellers so far this year (up until October).
Tyres are a known consumable and given they’re your vehicle’s only contact with the road it pays to keep them in top nick. That means regular inspections and pressure checks as well as rotating them – here’s what you need to know.