The Desert Driver's Manual

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Stacey International, 1998 - All terrain vehicle driving - 65 pages
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Desert excursions can go badly wrong. Not only does it demand good sense and the ability to handle your vehicle, but it also requires considerable skill in other fields: navigation by day and night, weather, the capabilities of various types of vehicle and more. Jim Stabler, an expert in penetrating the desert terrain of Arabia, has distilled his wisdom to produce the essential handbook which no driver leaving the tarmac in desert regions can risk being without.

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Contents

Section Subject Page 1 Introduction
3
The Rules
4
Planning
5
Vehicle Preparation and Checks
8
Personal Equipment Preparation
10
Camping
11
Navigation
12
General Features of 4Wheel Drive Cars
23
Driving in the Desert
30
Recovery Techniques
39
Survival Techniques
51
First Aid
53
When All Else Fails
61
Desert Trip Details Proforma
62
Planning Document
63
Copyright

Vehicle Problems
26

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