How can I drive off-road?
If your vehicle is equipped with four-wheel drive, you may use it for off-road driving. If your vehicle is not equipped with four-wheel drive, or if it is not equipped with All-Terrain (AT) or On-Off Road (OOR) tires, do not drive your car on anything but a level, solid surface. Before driving off-road, be sure to do the following:
Fuel the vehicle, fill all fluid levels, check inflation pressure on all tires (including a spare if you have one), and have any and all maintenance and service.
Make sure all underbody shields are properly attached if you have them.
If you think you may need more ground clearance, you might need to have the front fascia lower air dam removed by a qualified mechanic.
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