off-roader

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off-roader

1. a motor vehicle designed for use away from public roads, esp on rough terrain
2. an owner or driver of an off-road vehicle
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Consunji said that, through the recent event in Pampanga and the upcoming challenge in Malaysia, more Filipinos are now inspired to do off-roading.
It will allow customers a chance to experience off-roading capabilities like side inclines, water wading, slush pit, gravel pit, big mound and some articulation.
Markazia Toyota has combined both arduous terrain and numerous obstacles to give Toyota 4x4 owners and non-Toyota owners the opportunity to test the strength and special off-roading capabilities of their four-wheel drive cars.
"It's a haven for off-roading, and provides a stern test for our vehicles and their drivers.
Not the full on Charley Boorman type of off-roading but the more gentle kind like crossing fields on campsites or parking in trace circuit car parks at a grand prix.
Superintendent Huw Meredith from Dyfed-Powys Police, said:"We hope the action at Trefil quarry this weekend will send a strong message that we will not tolerate illegal off-roading in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Police say the riders had ignored warnings they were off-roading on protected stretches of the mountain.
Richard Gunton, the National Park Authority's director of recreation and park management, said: "Illegal off-roading is ruining some areas of the North York Moors.
In fact, off-roading is a popular pastime in places like North Carolina's Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
The 12 second and third- year students were also asked to produce their own designs for the proposed vehicle - with the prize of a day's off-roading for the winner.
Anyone wishing to give serious off-roading a go can enter their preferred location and the website will give details of the nearest site.
While it is often though that solid axles are better for off-roading, it was determined that this independent arrangement--which, incidentally, provides about 10% more travel than the system it replaces--not only reduces unsprung weight by 100 lb., but also reduces head-toss during off-road driving.