How does a Jeep crash differ from any other vehicle accident?
What makes many Jeep accidents unique?
Well, when you see these Jeep videos of off road Jeeps tackling extreme natural barriers,
the answers will seem clearer. What makes these crashes so unique is that they do not
involve any other vehicle(s).
Most Jeeps in off road conditions are driven to the extremes with their drivers knowingly pushing
the envelope (or at least they should know that they are taking specific risks)...and putting their
driving skills and the Jeeps' capabilities to the test. Off road Jeeps definitely require more skills
than driving the average vehicle.
The risks, as you will see, are Jeep roll overs, flips and end-overs.
Does anyone get seriously injured? Sure, the possibility is great, but could be catastrophic were it
not for the structural integrity of Jeeps and the Jeep roll cage.
Most off road crashes involve slow roll overs which may mean simply tipping onto one side, or the
more damaging multiple Jeep roll overs down a hill or rocky slope.
Now, some of the Jeep "accidents" depicted here were due to stupidity and/or sheer ignorance of their
rig's abilities/limitations. Driving a Jeep on or off road requires knowledge, skill and experience
to achieve any level of safety.