What is off-ground driving?
Off-road driving is the act of driving off-track, which means taking risks in order to enjoy the scenery.
Off-track driving is different to off-highway driving, which is driving at speeds higher than your vehicle.
This makes it possible to drive safely around the countryside, without having to worry about any accidents or crashes.
You might find it difficult to understand how off-the-grid vehicles operate, but this is because off-wheel driving is not as easy as it sounds.
Off road vehicles are often designed for high speed off-trail riding, but they also have an array of off-tarmac safety features.
How does off- road driving work?
Off road driving is a completely different animal to off road riding.
Off roads are all about moving along the ground, so to speak.
In an off-street car, the road is not a fixed surface, but is made up of a series of curves, turns and curves.
You must always be prepared to take risks when going off-roads.
How to get off- ground?
If you have a car, you can use a jack and hitch to get around.
You will need to get a lift, and a trailer with a trailer hitch.
This can be a lift trailer, or a trailer.
Both of these are easy to use, as long as you can get a trailer that’s suitable for off- and high speed driving.
A trailer hitch will cost around £200 to buy.
How much do off- highway vehicles cost?
Off highway driving costs around £150.
A new off-Roading licence costs £60.
For more information, contact the Off-Road Vehicles Authority (www.truro-australia.com.au).