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Jeep Adventure Academy To Provide Off-Road Instruction

Jeep recently introduced its first-ever Jeep Adventure Academy to provide hands-on, off-road driving instruction to Jeep 4×4 owners. Beginning this October, the Jeep Adventure Academy will take place in select locations across the country and will be led by off-roading experts and prominent instructors from Jeep Jamboree USA.

Participants will learn off-roading basics and even more about their Jeep brand vehicle’s legendary capability while building confidence and connections within the Jeep brand community of adventure seekers.

“Off-roading is a rite of passage for Jeep 4×4 owners and the new Jeep Adventure Academy will provide key knowledge every off-roader can use for hitting the trails,” said Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand, FCA – North America. “The new Jeep Adventure Academy underscores the Jeep brand’s commitment to delivering Jeep 4×4 vehicles that provide owners with a sense of capability, safety, and security to handle any condition or adventure with confidence.”

Jeep Adventure Academy classes will focus on several essential areas of off-roading instruction, including 4×4 system basics, driving techniques, trail etiquette, vehicle preparation, and equipment, how to properly read terrain and challenging obstacles, safety tips, and more.

The Jeep Adventure Academy will take place during the first three weeks in October at the following locations:

Registration is available at the Jeep Adventure Academy website. A one-day session starts at $99 and requires Jeep 4×4 vehicle ownership. The academy sessions will be led by professional staff from Jeep Jamboree USA, an organization that has been conducting off-road adventures since 1953.

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