b'SANDDRIVINGSand drivingSand needs power andQUICK TIPS: SAND momentum but notGear aggression! Take a shovel and flat jacking plate to avoid jackSand is softsinking, compressor and tyre pressure gauge or deflatorAllow for higher fuel Fit pole and fluro sand flag (mandatory in some states) so consumptionyou can be seen approaching dunesUse a sand flagPreparationTake a wide jackingplate Lowering tyre pressures may assist tractionVehicle will work hard Remove weight from the vehicleCoast to a stop, not Know the high and low tidetimes sudden stops Cross dunes square on Fit pole and fluro sand flagDont brake hard soDriving you dig in Use steady momentum, but not aggressive driving.Use high and low High range for higher speed, low range for tight tracks range Reduce tyre pressures Keep the speed down even when its flat. Disable stability control (ESC), when climbing sand dunes Cross-axle lockers arent often useful If the wheels spin, immediately stop and back outDont spin your vehicles wheels into a hole Lights on for visibility. Accelerate gently, brake by just coming off theaccelerator Rinse the vehicle thoroughly after your trip, especiallyunderneathNote: Restricted sand dune driving is available at Portland, with anappropriate permit issued from the Portland Dune Buggy Club46'