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  • Jeeps are built to be driven hard but leaving paved surfaces for off-road trails can take a heavy toll on your ride. Jagged rocks, hidden tree stumps, gravel plus lots of dirt and dust can be unforgiving on your vehicle’s exterior. The paint can chip, plastic housings can crack and the vehicle can sustain lots of other dents and scratches.

  • Proper spotting is essential to the safety of everyone around and the vehicle. Avoid real damage by following the best practices when spotting off road. Enjoy the following inforgraphic with some of the proper hand signals we use when spotting on the trails. 

    A Few Rock Crawling Spotting Tips

    • Stick with one designated spotter.

    • Make sure expectations of the obstacle are known.

    • Make sure both the spotter and the driver are comfortable with the obstacle and the relationship.

    • Remember it's all about enjoying the outdoors.

  • Jeeps are rugged, terrain-conquering machines built to go where other vehicles fear to tread. Your Jeep can easily go from being your daily driver to an off-road monster, conquering the gnarliest, most rugged terrains with seemingly little effort.

    Just because their stock built is quite robust doesn’t stop you from adding accessories to extend your Jeep’s life or enhance its off-road capabilities. There are a variety of aftermarket parts and accessories that do everything from protecting your rig to ensuring you make heads turn when you hit the trails.

  • It’s no secret that we at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive are avid off-roaders. We love nothing more than taking our rigs off-road, taking on the toughest most rugged terrains we can find.

  • Move over Moab, there’s a new off-roading playground in Southern Utah that’s attracting all kinds of off-road enthusiasts. The perfect combination of desert life and breathtaking scenery, Sand Hollow State Park is quickly shaping up to be the next off-road Mecca and we at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive can’t get enough of it.

  • Truck owners know that their vehicles are designed to be workhorses. You can work them hard, take them for a spin on the toughest trails and they’ll still perform superbly. You can tow a trailer one day, churn through a muddy trail the next and still drive on pavement with your truck. That’s how versatile trucks are.

  • OHV (Off-Highway Vehicle) is a term used to encompass two-, three- or four-wheeled vehicles that have a motor and are designed for mainly riding on unpaved surfaces. This often includes ATVs (All-Terrain Vehicles), UTVs (Utility Terrain Vehicles) and other types of ROVs (Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles).

  • There’s something special about getting behind the wheel of a lifted truck. You feel on top of the world whether you’re making heads turn as you cruise down the highway or pitting your ride against the roughest terrain you can find. There’s no better feeling.

  • Dixie 4 Wheel Drive is proud to be the premier 4x4 auto shop for quality work in Grand County Utah. We love being part of the vibrant off-roading culture in Utah, especially in Moab-the center of off-roading adventures this part of the country. With such a fantastic landscape right at our doorstep, how could we not take advantage?

  • Truck drivers already know that their vehicles come with a lot of power, but a little more never hurt, right? If you are like the rest of us at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive, you like the throaty roar of an amazing truck engine plus the powerful drive it brings. It’s heady stuff.

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