Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category

How Thick Does Lake Ice Need to Be to Hold My Land Rover?

Thursday, December 28th, 2017
An ice fishing tent sitting on an ice-covered lake

Ice Thickness Guide for Land Rover Vehicles

One of the best things about living in Connecticut is that we can take advantage of a huge variety of winter activities. While we love snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling, our favorite wintertime activity has to be ice fishing. We have to admit, we LOVE driving our Land Rover out on the ice to our secret spot (and we won’t ever tell you where it is). Some folks may think that we are crazy, but as long as the ice is thick enough, we should be good to go! So how thick should the ice be in order to hold our Land Rover? Read on and find out! (more…)

The Fall Season Means That You Could See More Wildlife on the Road

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

How to Avoid a Collision with a Deer and My Land Rover

The last time we wrote on our blog, we shared a video that showed the Range Rover Velar traveling through a forest at night while encountering wildlife. With the fall season in full swing, we will definitely be seeing more deer in New England – and maybe even a bear or moose if you venture on up to Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. This requires some extra precautions so you can prevent a collision that might not only hurt the animal but also ruin your Land Rover or kill you. (more…)