The Jeep Wave ExplainedLast Updated September 22, 2021 | Andrew Boyle
Have you just purchased your first Jeep? Ever wonder why Jeep drivers wave to one another? Then this article is for you. The Jeep Wave is a tradition among all Jeep drivers. It's a friendly reminder you drive the ultimate vehicle: the Jeep.
Learn about all the ins and outs of the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler. From rumors to spy photos and more, the new JL Wrangler is the topic of conversation among many off-road enthusiasts across the world. Featuring many aesthetic and potential engine changes, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler leaves nothing to be desired!
For those who may have lifted or even stock ride height Jeeps or trucks, you may have experienced the dreaded ‘Death Wobble’ many off-road enthusiasts talk about. Death Wobble is a term coined by Jeep enthusiasts that refers to the rapid back-and-forth movement of your steering components when the front suspension is upset by a bump or void in the road.
When it comes to Jeeps, the letters C and J have been synonymous with off-road dominance since Willys MB brought the civilian jeep to the public in the wake of World War II. Willys and later CJ-builder AMC are no longer relevant, but with the Jeep CJ they created an institution as red, white, and blue as apple pie.
If you’ve ever driven behind a Jeep before, then odds are that you’ve seen the cryptic phrase: “It’s a Jeep Thing, You Wouldn’t Understand." This saying functions like a secret handshake amongst Jeep owners and espouses the core tenants of Jeep ownership.