21 May 2020
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Do you have a 4x4, SUV or even a crossover that you fancy putting through its paces? All that off-road potential is wasted if you never actually, you know, go off-road. Well, let Autocar bring you an essential guide.

Off-roading can be, to our eyes, just as much fun as track or road driving - a good, gentle day out that challenges yourself and the car. There are a few things first-timers should watch out for before they drive into the nearest mud-plugging course, though.

We took a Suzuki Jimny and a Ford Ranger Raptor to our favourite quarry in the depths of last winter, for some essential messing around. 

Here are a few tips to get you started.

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21 May 2020

Wanted to watch this video in its entirety but looking at a piece of snot in Prior's nostril was too distracting...

23 May 2020

Before attempting to tell anybody how to drive offroad these two need to learn how to hold  a steering wheel if you hope to have any control while negotiating rocks and potholes       two hands on the wheel thumbs on the outside    get your instruction by somebody experienced  or you will drive as badly as this and certainly damage something

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