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Breaking Your Boundaries: The Joys of Off-Road Driving

by patrickgauer

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“Sometimes the road less travelled is less travelled for a reason.” Astute words from comedian Jerry Seinfeld. But much of life’s excitement comes from breaking the boundaries of your comfort zone and venturing into the unknown. In that spirit of adventure, perhaps the better words are, “Sometimes the road less travelled can be a rewarding experience.”

Breaking your boundaries doesn’t have to mean learning how to dance or taking up a sport you don’t actually like. Sometimes it can mean doing old things differently. Driving, for example, can be done off-road instead of on-road. A whole new world will open up to you the second your tires leave the asphalt. Suddenly you’re riding on a sea of sand or grass, bouncing to the beat of the uneven yet delightfully natural ground below you. You may, at first, fight to keep your vehicle from stalling on its way uphill, but once you’ve cleared that crest, chances are, there’s a majestic panorama waiting to be devoured by your awestruck eyes.

Barring any laws in your state, you should bear in mind that you can’t just drive off-road with any old vehicle. Off-roading must be undertaken carefully, and fortunately for you there are vehicles built to withstand Mother Nature’s often uneven terrain. ATVs and off-road motorcycles would be the obvious choice for the no-frills rider, but if you want something with more power, endurance, and protection you may want to go for a Jeep.

The vehicle that we know today as the Jeep was born in 1941, the brainchild of the Bantam Car Company in response to the US Army’s request for a four-wheel drive reconnaissance vehicle. The first civilian models entered the market in 1945, under the Willy’s company, and began to change ownership not long after. Today the Jeep brand is run by the Chrysler Group LLC, with over 2000 dealers in the USA and 500 across Canada. So if you’re north of the US border, looking for a Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ajax Ontario dealerships have plenty of should be quite easy.

Planning to get a jeep and go off-road yet? You won’t be alone in your newfound passion. Many enthusiasts have gone before you. You’ll find that there are year-long activities being carried out by just over thirty registered jeep clubs in the United States and over twenty in Canada. Any given city would have a club for the Chrysler Jeep Dodge Pickering motorists just love.

When it comes to buying any vehicle from dealers of the Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ajax Ontario has more than its fair share of, be sure to strike a balance between cost, comfort, and efficiency. Consult Happy off-roading and here’s to breaking your boundaries.

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