Recovery 101

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Recovery 101 Class Session

 

Disclaimer – THIS IS A NON-REFUNDABLE TRIP. PLEASE MAKE PROPER ARRANGEMENTS BEFORE PLANNING. I WILL DO MY BEST TO FIND A REPLACEMENT FOR YOU IN THE EVENT THAT YOU CANNOT MAKE THE TRIP, BUT I CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT.

 

June 23, 2019

 

This training session is limited to 12 rigs per day. This means no more than 12 rigs present for the training session per day. If you are bringing a passenger(s) they either need to pay the passenger fee and will be included in the training session. 
REQUIREMENTS:

1: Your vehicle must have a working 4LO, Low Range, shifter, knob, or button. If you are unsure if you have this, please email with your vehicle year make and model and we will confirm. overland@exploringnh.com

2: You must have a working/charged FRS radio (walkie talkie). These are available pretty much anywhere. From Ninja Turtles walkie talkies for kids to hunting radios, they are all pretty much the same. Walmart has some “Frozen” themed ones for $20/pair. Dicks Sporting Goods has plenty. Amazon has these Midland FRS radios (pair) which are really popular for $23.

Recovery Topics Include:

Recovery 101 – prerequisite required. Must have a 4wd vehicle with 4-low.

Because Recovery 101 focuses on basic recovery techniques, you are required to have all the items on the basic ENH trail requirements list.  Specifically a strap, shackles, and solid mounted tow points. A hi-lift jack, MaxTrax and other recovery gear is a plus if you have them.

Join us for the ExploringNH Introduction to Recovery 101 course. This course consists of a short classroom session as well as guided hands-on trail time. You will learn about basic recovery tools and how to safely use them. In this course, we focus on strap based recovery techniques well as alternative recovery tools such as MaxTrax. You will also learn about different types of scenarios which require varying recovery techniques, such as changing a tire on an obstacle or pulling a disabled vehicle to safety. This course lays the groundwork for future advanced recovery courses. Be prepared for your next offroad journey and don’t be caught off guard in a sticky situation! Here is a short list of some of the concepts we will discuss during this course:

– Required recovery gear
– Best practices
– Straps deep dive
– Basic Winch operation
– Alternative recovery gear – MaxTrax
– Hi-Lift usage
– Self recovery vs. assisted recovery
– Safe recovery planning
– Hands-on recovery scenarios with your own vehicle


When:
 June 23, 2019
Location: 127 Francestown Turnpike, Mont Vernon, NH
Start Time: 10am Saturday
Finish Time: 6pm Saturday

Trail Difficulty: Suitable for ALL vehicles with a Low Range/4LO mode. If unsure, please contact before the event with year make and model of vehicle.