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OFF-ROAD DRIVING & TOWING
4WD RECOVERY PROCEDURE

Want to learn how to drive off-road? Why not book into a 4WD driver training course; you’ll learn all of the skills required to help you get the best from yourself and your 4WD. Learn how to use recovery equipment effectively and how to avoid injury to yourself and others during recovery procedures.

Our articles on correct, safe, legal driving and towing practices – on and off road – and recovery techniques are covered in great detail to get you started and help you have happy and successful bush adventures.

LATEST ARTICLES

4WD DRIVING SKILLS

It’s not called ‘idling’ for no reason

It’s not called ‘idling’ for no reason

Many people still believe that engines need to be ‘idled’ before being put under load, or at the end of a driving stint. This practice is not only unnecessary, but wastes fuel, contaminates engine oil, clogs emissions systems, shortens engine life and … annoys nearby people.

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4WD TRAINING

Compliance without complaints

Compliance without complaints

Transport industry training professional, Glen Lewis, has developed a software program that keeps track of driver and staff training and competence levels.

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RECOVERY TECHNIQUES

Take care when helping stranded 4WDers

Take care when helping stranded 4WDers

Vehicle recovery is fraught with danger, as our accompanying guides in this 4WD Recovery section make very clear. Using your vehicle and recovery kit to aid others carries serious responsibilities.

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Safe Winching

Safe Winching

Winching a vehicle out of a bogging can be a satisfying experience, confirming your bush self-sufficiency, or it can be a disaster. Having the right gear and using it correctly are vital to safe winching.

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TOWING

Clearview’s Next Gen towing mirrors

Clearview’s Next Gen towing mirrors

The towing mirror specialist’s Next Gen edition has built on the success of the original model, with improved dimensions and compatibility with most cameras, indicators and puddle lamps.

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Caravan ABS braking and stability control

Caravan ABS braking and stability control

In mid-2021 AL-KO upgraded its electronic stability control program to match the advanced safety electronics now fitted as standard to nearly all towing vehicles in the Australian market – including ABS. The new caravan fitment is known as Tow Assist.

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