By John Basham
4WD Survival consultant is a very revised and up to date variation of the definitive consultant to four-wheel riding. writer John Basham stocks his specific wisdom that can assist you take care of the a number of demanding situations of vacationing throughout Australia on your four-wheel force. using talents, troubleshooting and upkeep are all coated utilizing case experiences, checklists, suggestion, tips and cautions. this is often the book each four-wheel driving force wishes earlier than they go away domestic.
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This may not apply to a rim-deep bog puddle on a bush track but a creek, or certainly a clay-pan with water on it, requires caution. Unless you have seen a vehicle in front get through all right, or take notice of where it got into trouble, it pays every time to take a walk and check it out for yourself. While you are out of the vehicle before a creek crossing, use the chance to look for obvious signs of trouble. A simple check of the vehicle takes only a minute or two, but might save you hours later.
4WD magazines are usually very up-to-date, and can provide intending four-wheel drivers with new and well-considered information. Choice of a 4WD vehicle can be quite complex. The same manufacturer may provide several combinations of the same basic vehicle. One model can be available in high-range-only permanent two-wheel drive, intended primarily for on-road driving, while another may have selectable four-wheel drive and low-range for hard off-road work. In an incomplete list comprising a combination of 58 makes and models, 24 were part-time 4WDs, where the option to select a low-range gearbox ratio was offered, with very few exceptions.
Is the roof-rack loose, or one of the vehicle’s lights broken? Some points worth observing before entering water are: Is the water running fairly fast and deep, perhaps even enough to sweep a vehicle sideways off the crossing? Would it be better to try another crossing further up or down the creek? Will it be necessary to fit a tarp to help shield or waterproof the engine bay? Are there poles, stone cairns or other markers across the creek to indicate the safe track to follow? Do you have another option to crossing the creek?