Have you ever dreamed of life on the open trails seeing new places, and experiencing new things? For many of us, that dream drives us to buy an overland vehicle in the first place. But what happens once you're out there on the trails?
We asked some of our customers to share their life stories on the road Overlanding, and we're excited to share them with you.
If you have a story to share, we'd love to hear from you. Reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what life on the road has been like for you. Your story might inspire others to take the plunge and start their Overlanding adventure.
Below is an Overland Vehicle Systems customer, Javier Blanchard, and his thought on Overlanding in Baja Mexico
Q. What is your current Overland Vehicle you take out on your adventure trips? (Year, Make Model)
A. 2006 Lexus GX470
Q. What is your favorite Overland Destination?
A. Baja La Paz
Q. What Overland Vehicle Systems products do you have on your Overland Vehicle?
A. Bushveld, 270 Awning, Overland Shower, OVS Trash Bag
Q. Please tell us an overland story that is most memorable to you.
A. I’ve seen pictures on social media of a beautiful waterfall where people would camp out. Toquerville Falls Utah
Q. Does your adventures include camping with dogs? If yes, please advise ways to make it easier camping with a dog.
A. Yes, we have a Yorkie
Q. Who do you travel with?
A. 90% my wife
Q. What is your DREAM Overland Adventure?
Q. What is your most favorite Overland Gear you cannot live without while Overlanding? Why?
A. RTT because it’s an all season
Q. Are you affiliated with any Overlanding Group? If so, which one?
Q. What advise might you share with those that want to get into Overlanding for the 1sttime?
A. To go with people who are active in overlanding so they can show you all the gear you will need out there.
1. Always get Mexican Insurance
2. Never drive at night
3. Treat the locals how you wanna be treated
4. Find a beautiful hidden beach cuz they are free to camp
5. Download offline maps
6. Garmin in-reach communicator
7. Make beautiful memories of Mexico
8. I’m not Mexican and I love going to Mexico