2016 Jeep Wrangler Zombiecon test drive at night custom roof lights by Jarek Palm Harbor Florida USA

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Off-Roading at Night Basic Tips

In this video, I meet up with my very good friend from OVRLNDX for some off-roading at night. This is something we have been talking about doing ever since we met during a rig walk around of his Jeep: https://youtu.be/yPmH1ix2OeU. We want to share with you some basics advice for off-roading at night and some tips for helping you to be prepared and safe. Here is a list of times discussed in this video: KC HiLites: http://bit.ly/KCHiLites Brila LED Lantern: http://amzn.to/2yQIffz Headlamp: http://amzn.to/2gERSDI Battery Case: http://amzn.to/2y56wj5 TrailRecon Amazon Shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/trailrecon Video transcript: 1. Go with a buddy (night drone shots of both jeeps on the trail, camera drive byes) a. This really applies to anytime you are off-roading, it’s always safer to have someone in another vehicle with you in case you get stuck or break down, but I admit I hit the trail during the day by myself from time to time, but I don’t ever plan a night run unless I am with someone else. 2. Be familiar with the trail (show trail in the day.. drone shots) a. Not always possible 3. Vehicle Lighting: a. The most important upgrade is your headlights or fog lights…. b. Roof lights c. Bumper lights d. Side lighting (not all lights need to be pointing straight ahead) e. Rock lights f. Back up lights g. Don’t throw 4 light bars on the front of your rig…. think about what you need and their purpose! I see a lot of people that just throw a bunch of budget light bars on their rig without thinking about the type of light and the degree of the beams. You should have a good mix of spots and floods. i. Brad’s Lights: My upgraded fog lights do an amazing job of light up the ground in front of me, my headlights on bright are light a massive flood light and my KC Pro6 light bar throws a large amount of light straight down the trail and has some flood for side lighting. ii. Marco’ Lights:….. 4. Slow Down and increase your distance a. Depth perceptions is worse at night b. Shadows (get some close up of obstacles at night) i. Make small bumps look big ii. Can’t make a good estimate of how deep a rut or drop-off is 5. Personal Lighting a. Head lamp (essential if you need to work with both hands) b. Flash light c. Something with a built in strobe light d. Glow stick 6. Now what is probably the most important advice for off-roading at night is to slow down. Your depth perception is not as good as it is during the day and shadows can hide large ruts, holes behind rocks or drop off. You can tell here, that Marco’s rock light really make a difference when compared to my Jeep…. I’m thinking this is my next upgrade. Also, even if you have good side lighting, seeing up ahead around a corner can be difficult. I’ve also found that at night is, much easier to loose track of the trail, especially out here in the open desert…in fact while Marco and I were out here, I did just that and we did have to a bit of backtracking. and for all these reason it’s important you increase your space between vehicles and slow down over obstacles and around corners at night. Having the proper off-road light setup will help tremendously, but you still need to use more caution at night than you would during the day. 7. Dim your dash light and keep in vehicle lighting low a. You will compromise your forward night vision b. Turn down the brightness on your phone or gps 8. Keep your windows clean a. An old trick is to clean them off with some newspaper to remove residue and keeps down glare 9. Don’t blind your trail buddies a. Don’t blind your spotter b. Dim your lights when you come to a stop in a group c. Turn your auxiliary lights off if someone is coming in the other direction d. Make sure to shut all your auxiliary lights off before you hit the main roads 10. Bring some appropriate clothes. a. Out here in the desert the temperature can drop 40-50 degrees from the day time high 11. Slow Down and increase your distance a. Depth perceptions is worse at night b. Shadows (get some close up of obstacles at night) i. Make small bumps look big ii. Can’t make a good estimate of how deep a rut or drop-off is


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This video was recorded at night to test custom roof lights. This Jeep Wrangler Zombiecon has a black exterior color, stick shift and has big custom wheels.

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