Topic: Avoiding Damage to Your SUV
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There are many of ways to damage your sport utility vehicle when driving off the road. It's easy to run into stuff, stuff like big trees or boulders because roads are narrow or slippery. Bushes along the sides of the road can scratch the paint. And sometimes things just jump out of the woods at you (deer for example)!

There are lots of things to break under your SUV too. Mufflers, tail pipes, trailer hitches, shock absorbers, springs, brake lines and a host of other parts are exposed to damage from hitting big rocks or logs along the road.

Fortunately, all of this damage is avoidable with a few simple driving precautions. We at SUV One have never damaged any of these things in over 300.000 miles of off road driving.

The next few web page sections will cover the common areas where damage to your SUV can occur. Press the "Next" button above(Next Topic) to continue with this subject.
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