We don't actually have a Jeep Wrangler yet but my wife and I both enjoy our cars and driving, and over the years we have enjoyed various off-road sessions either at Land Rover events at Eastnor, Solihull or Gaydon or in Yorkshire or Wales. Now we are retired we fancied at least giving it a try to see how we got on. Maybe more green-laning than hard-core off-roading. We also fancied something other than the ubiquitous Defender - something a bit smaller and a bit more fun such as a Suzuki Jimny, Fiat Panda 4x4 or a Jeep Wrangler. Covid has rather curtailed our investigations but yesterday we spotted a 2002 Wrangler Safari for sale in someone's drive locally which we will investigate more fully. Meanwhile we will use the Forum to assist us in making sure we look out for potential problems.