Here at Expedition Portal, we talk a lot about how to make your four-wheel drive more capable and reliable for the road ahead. After all, these vehicles are often our only way into and out of the remote locations we love, so it makes sense that we’d want to purchase parts that help them perform…
There’s a reason that auxiliary lights are used on expedition vehicles around the world, and it isn’t because they look cool. Well, not entirely at least. A high quality set of lights allows drivers to see obstacles and animals ahead of them before they become a problem, and that can be the difference between a safe…
The other day I ran into the proud owner of a well-built four-wheel drive. Eager to talk shop, he began to list a few of the numerous pieces of equipment he had installed on his new vehicle. The list included 37-inch tires, aftermarket wheels, a 4-inch lift, lights, a roof rack, a front bumper, and…
Big lugs or little knobbies. Which is best for you. We address some of the basics.
Never deal with a stuck zipper again
The Women’s Travel Festival is coming up March 3-5 in New Orleans
It’s not a defeat if you live to travel another day.
A chuck box of the luxury nature
Can you mix different motor oils without damaging the engine?
We address the overland pros and cons of manual cogs versus a slushbox transmission.
With no one else to count on but yourself, you had better be prepared.
You better know before you go.
How to handle bribes, bravado and other bouts with authority.
You bought the capable truck. Do you know how to drive it?
How to select a plot of earth for a short overnight stay.
The road to adventure is often lined with corrupt border guards, potential thieves and other hazards.
You’ve made the journey, be sure you come home with the image souvenirs you wanted.
In my article Top 10 advice for new travelers, I ranked first advice to travel as light as possible. And I mean it. I can do without many things, even if they seem vitally important, and I can gratefully use something simple without complaining about lack of comfort or pretentious brand name. Sometimes I even…
Why a trailer could be the best camping investment you’ve ever made, or your worst.