Bought a Jeep because I always thought they had a good look and their reputation for off roading is spectacular. Yes, I know, I have a HMMWV, which can hold it’s own on any terrain but I wanted something I could drive comfortably in long distance.
I joined a local Jeep FaceBook group call East Atlanta Jeeper and 4×4 and joined them on a trip to River Rock Off Road Park.
I learned so much thanks to Mike Williams. I learned about disconnecting my sway bar, deflating my tires to 15 psi for better grip off roading, needing proper tools such as deflators, battery impact drivers with proper attachments, deflating devices, proper inflator, and a cb radio.
I began my journey with a simple run came back for lunch then did another where I was challenged but the 2008 JKU passed with flying colors.
After I did the video of me manually piloting the DJI Spark with the HMMWV I took it back out but this time I used the Active Track following my Red Golf Cart around the property.
It does not have Obstacle Avoidance but it does have sensors in the front that will tell it to stop. It’s up to you to course correct.
The drone sometimes would lose me in the trees and I would have to help it and it would “re connect”
Here is the video, please feel free to comment below and don’t forget to like, subscribe and click the bell for notifications at http://www.youtube.com/ugzjefe
Took the HMMWV to the ranch and took my DJI Spark to document my adventure.
Well… my dumb butt didn’t remember that this bad boy has Active Track. It will follow you but it does not have Object Avoidance. So make sure if you’re using your Active Track that there is nothing it can run into.
It does have front sensors that will make the Spark stop but you have to tell it to avoid and choose another path.
Anyway, here is me driving the HMMWV off road (slowly) and piloting the DJI Spark.
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