10 Driving on Sand on the Beach and in the Desert
Listen to Lowlux as he shares his wisdom about driving on Sand. Based in South Australia, he's done plenty of both desert and beach driving and has some stories to tell. We will talk about:
- What tyre pressure should you be running
- What can possible go wrong
- What equipment to take
- How to avoid rolling your vehicle which happens commonly on the beach
- Beach Driving
- Desert Driving - How to plan for a desert trip
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Love beach driving myself, have a Forester myself and light + easy + pressures down to 12-16 PSI usually
I only came across them a few days ago. I've never played with podcasts before and I'm not exactly sure how I came across these!
But I wound myself back to track 0 and working my way back through them.
And they've brought me back to the forum. Only been away a couple of years.
Keep casting those pods or whatever it is you're doing!!! Please! (I still need to learn so much)
Agree with this. The quality was bad. I've listened to all of them and this was by far the worst. Maybe in a quiet room you can hear it OK but any background noise drowned out Marco badly.atoryWas really looking forward to listening to perhaps some sand driving tips I haven't heard yet, but the audio quality of the podcast made it nearly impossible to ascertain what he was saying.
I agree that driving into the water and spraying your vehicle in salt water is stupid but beach driving if done responsibly is one of the most enjoyable ways to enjoy your 4x4Charlie Sapienzajust one quick note when your speaking about Beach driving and running your 4wd into the water and how the spray looks good in photos this could be the worst thing you ever do to you 4wd the water spray has salt in it and the water makes its way into all your panel joints and the inside of your rails where it hard to wash out with modern cars and different metals you have the recipe for corrosion