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(NewsUSA) – En las rutas con paisajes puede haber caminos complejos divertidos, pero es totalmente diferente a navegar por la vía; no olvide estos consejos para mantenerse seguro y evitar quedar atrapado. –ObstU+00E1culos simples: cuando estU+00E1 pensando conducir en arena, nieve o lodo, desinfle sus neumU+00E1ticos para mejorar la tracciU+00F3n, disminuyendo las huellas de los mismos. Mantenga el momento y si sus ruedas comienzan a girar en la arena o en la nieve, disminuya un poco la velocidad. Si estU+00E1 en el lodo, mantenga las ruedas girando para ayudar a limpiar el lodo de los neumU+00E1ticos. –ObstU+00E1culos complicados: cuando se acerca a grandes rocas, troncos o zanjas durante su viaje en rutas externas, tU+00F3melos en un U+00E1ngulo, para que solo un neumU+00E1tico esté en el obstU+00E1culo, mientras los otros tres se mantienen al nivel del piso para maximizar la tracciU+00F3n. Coloque un neumU+00E1tico en el obstU+00E1culo, luego conduzca despacio para ayudar a proteger el chasis de su vehículo. –Colinas: siempre piense en un plan de escape en caso de que su viaje no resulte según lo esperado. Sin embargo, puede aumentar sus probabilidades de conducir de manera segura en las colinas, si se aproxima recto hacia ellas para obtener mayor tracciU+00F3n en las cuatro ruedas. Utilice la velocidad mU+00E1s alta posible para subir la colina cU+00F3modamente. Pearse Umlauf, Presidente y Gerente General de Jeep Jamboree, dice que tener los vehículos y neumU+00E1ticos correctos, permite tener experiencias incomparables en la carretera. “Las Jeep Jamborees son para fines de semana de aventura en rutas externas que hacen que las personas pongan los pies sobre la tierra, para que disfruten de sus Jeep 4×4 al aire libre”, dijo Umlauf, quien trabaja en la coordinaciU+00F3n de operaciones para el uso seguro y mantenimiento de los vehículos para rutas externas en EEUU y el mundo. SeñalU+00F3 que los neumU+00E1ticos BFGoodrich serU+00E1n los neumU+00E1ticos oficiales de la Jeep Jamboree en el 2017. Cuando estU+00E1 listo para ir al campo, Del Albright, salU+00F3n de la fama de los deportes de motor todo terreno, y BFGoodrich Performance Team Expert, tienen 50 años de experiencia en manejo con neumU+00E1ticos en caminos. “El neumU+00E1tico todo terreno T/A KO2 es mi favorito, con un diseño fuerte y duradero que lo hace ideal para los conductores todo terreno que desean probar sus vehículos o que solo disfrutan el campo”, dijo. Albright también es un defensor a tiempo completo de la conservaciU+00F3n y preservaciU+00F3n de los caminos para el uso de los conductores todo terreno. Uno de sus caminos favoritos, el camino Rubicon en Lake Tahoe, California, estuvo en riesgo de cierre debido a la erosiU+00F3n; sin embargo, Albright liderU+00F3 a un grupo de voluntarios para que repararan los lugares con problemas y preservaran el camino para los conductores todo terreno y otras personas que disfrutan del aire libre. Algunos de sus otros caminos favoritos incluyen: el Rausch Creek Off-Road Park (Pennsylvania), el San Hallow State Park (Utah) y el camino Hatfield-McCoy (Virginia occidental). Para obtener mayor informaciU+00F3n sobre BFGoodrich y de aventuras en ruta, visite www.bfgoodrichtires.com

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