Sign Up for the Inaugural Jp Dirt N’ Drive Presented by Jeep

    Act Now and Be Part of Something Big!

    JP StaffPhotographerStuart A. BourdonWriter

    Act Now and Be Part of Something Big! Sign Up For The Inaugural Jp Dirt N’ Drive Presented by Jeep.

    Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend two days four-wheeling with 100 fellow Jeepers and the Jp staff, including Jeep guru Rick Pewe, along with Jeep engineers and our friends from Bestop, Daystar, and Voodoo Rope, as we caravan through stunningly beautiful landscapes on the scenic byways and dirt roads of southeastern Utah during our first-ever Jp Dirt N’ Drive presented by Jeep!

    The 2016 Jp Dirt 'N Drive presented by Jeep is open to any Jeep-brand vehicle, however Jeeps with advertising wraps or stickers will not be allowed as a courtesy to our sponsors. The event is a cross between Hot Rod Power Tour and the Ultimate Adventure. The majority of the trip this year will likely be highway miles, due to road closures and snow conditions. However, some fun four-wheeling should be expected! Speeds traveled are all posted legal limits, but you don’t have to follow the leader; you can leave early or late, as long as you get to the next stop. The cost is only $100 to join the Jp Dirt N’ Drive presented by Jeep. We have discount codes for both hotels, but you are responsible for all your fuel, lodging, and food (except the BBQ Party on Monday night in Moab, which is hosted by Jp Magazine).

    We’ll start the party on Saturday, March 19 at Sam’s Town Resort and Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nevada, with a Jeep show, swag bag stuffed full of goodies from our sponsors, super Jp loot, a meet-and-greet, and vendor displays so you can check out all the new products for your Jeep.

    The adventure shifts into low gear on Sunday, March 20 when Grand Marshall Jim Chick of Bestop leads the way to Bryce Canyon National Park for our overnight stay at the historic Ruby’s Inn. Monday, March 21 will be spent wheelin’ all the way to Moab and checking out the back roads of the Beehive State on the way to a gut-busting BBQ dinner and party that night at the Bar-M Chuckwagon.

    A portion of your registration fee will be donated to the Off Road Business Association (ORBA) as well as the Red Rock 4-Wheelers’ Multiple Use Defense (M.U.D.) that it uses to help keep off-road trails open, and you’ll arrive just in time for the start of the 50th Anniversary Easter Jeep Safari. In addition, 12 lucky participants will have their rigs featured in Jp magazine!

    So what’s not to like? You get to hang out with other Jeepers, four-wheel with celebrities and industry experts, and spend a few days getting dirty and having a great time. To get your exclusive registration code for the 2016 Jp Dirt N’ Drive, we’ll need some basic information on your Jeep: We need its make, model, year, and it must be four-wheel-drive, as well as street legal and currently licensed. Mandatory safety and recovery equipment required are a CB radio, a recovery rope, properly secured tow hooks front and rear (drawbars, receiver hitches, or bumpers with clevis or D-rings are acceptable), fire extinguisher, full-size spare, and a roll bar (if it’s an open or soft top) to be eligible for the adventure. Send us a photo of your Jeep and tell us exactly how your Jeep is outfitted for off-road travel (we can’t send back your exclusive registration code without this complete information) to jpeditor@jpmagazine.com so you can secure your spot now for the 2016 Jp Dirt N’ Drive.

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