Topic: Off Road Etiquette - Stay On Roads
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When driving your SUV or 4wd pick up off the main highway, try to stay on established dirt or gravel roads or other four wheel drive roads. There are millions of miles of old logging roads (like the one shown in the top photograph) where you can have plenty of off-road driving experience without having to go "cross country".

There are four primary reasons for heeding this advise. First, if you venture off the road into the woods , you may get lost in an off-road area where no one will be able to find you. Second, your heavy SUV will do serious damage to the forest floor and embankments (see bottom photo) by leaving ruts that will deepen and erode with each passing rainy season. Third, you may do serious damage to your SUV. Fourth, you will face a stiff fine or at least a strong lecture from forestry officials.

Please heed our "Tread Lightly" admonition. and leave our off-road areas in as good as shape as you found them for future off road travelers.
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