Does your Jeep rock?
Just as Jeep enthusiasts worldwide are taking on all sorts of off-roading adventures, they’re also taking their kids to school and heading to the office. No matter the personality, websites like MyJeepRocks.com, serve as a home for Jeep owners around the globe.
In the case of MyJeepRocks.com, a lot of the group’s members are cruising the California highways and byways. The website touts the Mojave Desert as its typical stomping ground as well as the San Bernardino Mountain trails. Considering a lot of Jeep enthusiasts spend their free time off the grid, so to speak, online clubs like JeepRocks.com maintain a dedication to keeping drivers safe and up to date when it comes to extreme driving.
“We are committed to responsible offroading, including TRAILS not TRACKS, safety and teamwork, and respect for ourselves and our environment,” JeeRocks.com explains. “We attend local cleanups and most of the time leave camping areas in better shape than we found them.”
On its website, MyJeepRocks.com also voices an interest in Jeep drivers outside of the California area. “If you’re not checkin’ in from out west – no worries – we have thousands of visitors each day from across the U.S.!”
And if you’re looking for an off-roading destination, MyJeepRocks.com has a trail reports section, which includes photos, write-ups, maps and coordinates for locales all over the western U.S. For local destinations, try one of the many online Jeep forums like the Illinois one found here. Happy jeeping!