I love magazines. Call me old-fashioned, but I still enjoy reading text right off some good old paper stock for entertainment. If you drop a magazine, you just simply pick it back up. If something happens to it … oh well; you can go buy a new one for $6. For me, electronic pages still have a way to go before I stop buying printed magazines.
While paper mags are still my choice for random enjoyment purposes, most research I do is performed on a computer. Nothing beats the advantage of almost unlimited answers being shot at you in seconds with just a few key clicks. In fact, all the information that entertains you in this print magazine can be found on a new giant website, FourWheeler Network, that we've teamed up with five other off-road magazines to build. Using the fourwheeler.com URL, you'll now be able to find OFF-ROAD magazine's website (which can still be reached at off-roadweb.com) as well as ones belonging to Four Wheeler, Petersen's 4 Wheel Off-Road, 4 Wheel Drive & Sport Utility Magazine, Mud Life, and JP magazines. By combining our websites, we're now able to bring you more off-road- and truck-related information than anyone else out there, hands down. If you need to know about off-road stuff, this is the place you wanna be. If you want to find more features on off-road trucks, 4x4s, and buggies, this is the place you wanna be. In fact, if it's off-road vehicle related, you're going to find more information on our new supersite than anywhere else out there.
So check it out. The new fourwheeler.com website has every bit of information printed in this magazine every month, and more.