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04-07-2012 08:21 AM
BPD This may be kind of a strech but if you are planning a summer vacation to Colorado anytime soon it might work out. Anderson Motors in Salida, CO rents great Jeeps. He puts Goodyear Kevlar tires on them and can suggest some awesome trails to go wheeling. We had an awesome time last summer. Good luck!
04-06-2012 05:57 PM
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04-06-2012 08:30 AM
geiman Where in PA are you? Rausch Creek has some rental options available, or at least they did. Last I checked a local off-road shop has a handful of vehicles up there you can rent for the day.
04-06-2012 12:30 AM
Pontiackid87 Not that I know of... I can tell you this my buddy rented a jeep from i think hertz took it off road cobvered it in mud brought it back that way... They wernt to happy about that...
04-05-2012 10:38 AM
micalizzi1
Off road newbies in PA - rental?

Hello Guys,

I have always been a huge fan of off-road but I currently do not own an off-road vehicle. Has anyone ever heard about a club you can join to have access to "rental vehicles" and drive them into a closed track or something? I really would love to have any piece of information.

Thanks and I hope to hear something soon.

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