An Intelligent Ride Adventurers can’t help but heed to the call of the wild, whether on four wheels, two wheels, or even on their own two feet. As long as there’s someplace to wander, the consummate explorer will push forward. For those looking for the ultimate expression
An AEV Overland Journey Pete Stajduhar is a Connecticut native and electrical contractor by trade. He specializes in power systems for places like hospitals, marinas, and remote islands. This is to say that Stajduhar thrives on engineering challenges and appreciates integrated systems that work together flawlessly. In
Born to Run The Jeep Wrangler has set the bar in the off-road world for decades, and its reputation as a capable trail rig is undisputed. But when the Gladiator JT debuted in 2019—the brand’s first pickup in nearly 30 years—it rattled the industry, receiving praise and
Tourism Creates Tension Throughout my time on the African continent, I’ve seen thousands of AK-47 rifles. I have become very accustomed to them being a part of everyday life, though after only 20 minutes in Ethiopia I see things are very different. In stark contrast to what
Comfortable Enough for the Family, Rough Enough to go Just About Anywhere There’s a big problem with camping these days. With a vast ocean of different products out on the market, those who want to get into adventuring are intimidated to start by its perceived price of
Off-Roading Heaven Meets Spectacular Scenery Wanderlust has taken a stronghold; its grip strengthens as each day passes. From wintertime doldrums to COVID-19 and beyond, we’re ready to get out. We’re excited to explore new territory, especially remote areas that boast a variety of terrain and off-roading challenges.
Return of the Warrior At the end of World War II, Willys Overland emerged as a major player in the U.S. automobile industry. Having produced more than 600,000 vehicles specifically for the war effort, its role as a peace-time manufacturer would need to expand. In 1947, the