My practice was always in front of a lot of people. In the end it made me a better driver as I had to adapt, like, right now.
I’ve learned to travel light, pack smarter and live easier—and compressed my belongings to include items that make traveling better.
The challenge is to get people out their own way to understand that they, too, can be present and be successful at wayfinding.
When traveling to unfamiliar destinations via plane, motorcycle or especially in a 4x4—you should be prepared for anything, right?
Not every adventure rig has to come from Toyota, Land Rover or Jeep necessarily. The Kia Sorento, Mazda CX-9 or Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk can help you get out there to explore the countryside, get you to your favorite trailhead or help you adventure your way through a Saturday afternoon.
Our multi-day trip entailed camping in the middle of nowhere, and connecting our days together with mud, dust, wind—and adventure. Toyota wanted us to really drive the TRD Pro line-up. And, we answered their call.
In part two of our navigational basics guide, we take you through how to orient your compass and direction of travel.
Learning how to navigate without a GPS can be tough, but we have some tips to help you get started.