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4WD HOW TO GUIDES - AUSTRALIA

4WD Glovebox Guide - Spiral Bound Edition

Essential driving skills & recovery techniques


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ISBN: 9781922131423
Author: Pepper, Robert
Publisher: WOODSLANE PRESS PL
Published: 28/08/2013
Format: Spiral bound (210mm X 140mm) 190 pages
Availability: This book is temporarily out of stock, order will be despatched within 3 weeks
Price: AUD$ 24.99 Inc GST
NZD$ 27.67 Inc GST
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This easy-to-follow reference shares the essential driving and recovery techniques that all four-wheel drive owners need to know. With a rugged cover and spiral binding, the guide is small enough to pop into the glovebox of any 4WD vehicle, but comprehensive enough to cover all the essentials about 4WD driving, including 4WD systems, suspension, wheels and tyres. Discover specific driving techniques for mud, water, sand and rock; learn why steep hills are often the most perilous of four-wheel drive situations and get yourself out of trouble with clear recovery techniques. Each chapter include simple checklists to help drivers prepare for the trip, and ensure the safety of both driver and passengers.

This easy-to-understand field guide has been written by Robert Pepper, also author of the bestselling 4WD Handbook. Robert is a freelance motoring journalist, photographer andsenior instructor with 4WD Victoria. He has been driving four-wheel drives for over 20 years, and has an interest in most things with wings, wheels or sails.

Chapter 1. What is 4wd? Chapter 2. How a 4wd works; Chapter 3. Basic driving techniques; Chapter 4. Dirt road driving; Chapter 5. Mud driving; Chapter 6. Rock driving; Chapter 7. Sand driving; Chapter 8. Water crossing; Chapter 9. Hill driving; Chapter 10. Recovery planning; Chapter 11. Snatch recovery; Chapter 12. Jacking; Chapter 13. Winching; Chapter 14. Traction ramps and bridging ladders; Chapter 15. Trip preparation; Chapter 16. Managing the trip; Chapter 17. People, fatigue and the environment; Chapter 18. Navigation; Chapter 19. Tyre repair; Chapter 20. In an emergency; About the author; Appendices, Index