Jeep Wrangler Zombie

Mods to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse

Jeep Wranglers are extremely tough machines that can take you through some pretty serious terrain. Unfortunately a stock Wrangler may not be properly equipped to handle a zombie apocalypse and will need some mods to ensure your survival in a battle against the undead. If you want to survive the war against the undead you need to be able to keep moving, defend against zombies, repair your vehicle and crush those flesh munching infections into mulch. Here’s the Jeep parts you’ll need to do it.

Jeep Wrangler Off-Roading in Colorado Woods

Wheeling 101: Beginner’s Guide to Driving Off-Road

Off-road driving requires a different set of skills and more preparation than cruising down a busy highway. Since it is the road less taken, it’s always best to go with at least one other driver, especially if you’re a novice, as off-road trails can leave you stranded. That extra vehicle means you’ll have a dependable hand if you get stuck and won’t have to walk ten miles out if you have a break-down. Here are some essential rules to follow when you are new to wheeling your Jeep Wrangler.

Installing Lights on Your Windshield Brackets

Textured Black Windshield Frame Light Bar for 2007-Up Wrangler JK by Rugged Ridge
Textured Black Windshield Frame Light Bar for 2007-Up Wrangler JK by Rugged Ridge

Installing lights on the windshield of your Jeep will provide you with additional lighting that will not be exposed to trail debris.  Jeep Wranglers are equipped with a folding windshield which allows for a lighting system to be easily installed using a simple bracket system which can be bolted using the factory hinges as secure mounting points.  Adding lights to the windshield of your Jeep will provide you with an extra sense of safety while driving on trails, they can help you spot debris in the road and large rocks that you may have missed before.