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Welcome to our page. We have the biggest network of Volunteers across all 50 States, offering fellow community enthusiasts free off-road vehicle recoveries. We work in collaboration with dozens of 4×4 clubs and groups of volunteers helping coordinate the toughest off-road recoveries.


Fill the form… Once we receive your request we will contact you and assign the request to a group of volunteers. Make sure to include your GPS location, photos and contact information.

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You can send us a TEXT MESSAGE, or if you are out of cellphone range, you can use a Garmin Communicator or Ham Digital Radio to send us a message. Please include your GPS location, radio type (HAM/FRS), radio frequency (for HAM) or Channel and Sub-channel (for FRS), and a description of the situation.

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He drove too far down the steep hill

Sunday November 20th at 3:40 AM (PST) we received a request from California, one mile north of the Beek’s Place. Andy Gallegos was driving his Toyota 2WD, exploring some trails and he went too far

Stuck in a muddy trail in Alabama

Wednesday, November 17th, at 10:35 AM (CST), we received a request from Alabama, where Dustin Perry, a repeater customer, got stuck while trying to pull from a hunter’s campsite. His ticket read: “2017 Chevy city

Hunter stuck in Colorado

Monday, November 14th, at 10:32 PM (MST) we received a request in our web-app from Colorado submitted by Scott Porteus, a hunter that had a damaged truck and was stuck in some pretty deep snow.

This week’s log… Part – 2

These are some of the recoveries we received but didn’t write a whole article about it. 11-12-2022 / 10:58 PM (EST) – South Carolina – Submitted by Tim Stash. His request read: “ram 2500 stuck

This week’s log… Part – 1

These are some of the recoveries we received but didn’t write a whole article about it. 11-05-2022 / 23:04 PM PST – Oregon – Submitted by Charles Berry. He was stuck on mud in the

Sandy recovery in Beverly dunes, WA

Saturday, November 12th, at 00:36AM (PST) we received a recovery request from WA, where Hanfeng Fu reported to be stuck in sand while driving his 2022 Toyota tundra 4*4. We responded back to him five

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Helping neighbors while a Hurricane approaches

Wednesday, September, 28th, at 9:02pm (ET), we received a request from Lake Wales, Florida, where Shane Potter had his truck, a Ford Explorer stuck in his own property. The ticket was handled by our new

Broken down on the trail

Monday at 8:31 AM (PST), we received a recovery request from Central Oregon, where Ian Farquhar had to leave his vehicle because of technical issues. His ticket read: “Location: Forest Road 4600-370 in Happy Valley

Jeep Cherokee slid in ditch

Thursday 22nd, at 9:01 PM (PST) we received a request from North Carolina, where Jonathan H. reported he needed help to get out of a ditch where his Jeep slid. The request was handled by

Recovery in Nevada

Wednesday, 21st at 2:02 PM (PST) we received a request submitted by Daniel Sherbondy who got his Class A RV in a shallow ditch. The ticket was administered by our local administrator in NV, Brian

Recovery in Wyoming

Thursday, September 15th, at 9:30 AM (PST), we received a request for a recovery from a remote place in Wyoming. Once we verified the contact information, and location with Liam Prior we submitted this request

Alabama/Georgia Recovery

Monday, September 12th, at 7:21 AM (PST), we received the following request for a recovery from Alabama: “Toyota Tacoma stuck in mud at bottom of hill on a trail. Front left tire deep in mud,

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In this section you read articles from experienced drivers who share their knowledge with us!

Learn more about our system...

In this section you can learn more about how our system works and how our volunteers participate and organize recoveries. You can join us by becoming a member!

How to request a recovery!

If you have Cell Service: In order to request a recovery, we need to first capture as much information about you and your situation as possible. In order to do that we created an app

Offroad Recovery Portal

How does this works?

By now most of you understand we don’t use facebook to organize our recoveries. That’s what we used to do when we started years ago. Our facebook page is now mostly to chat and share

Integration Completed

We finally completed our integration with Twilio giving us the tools we needed to coordinate efforts with our volunteers. The new system is fully integrated and from within our system connects our volunteers with us

Mapping our Data

We recently updated our web-app to help us map the location of our members. It is a slow process since we need to wait for each user to log in on the web-app, but while

Why do we need your help?

A few years ago we started building our group using just facebook. Our group grew to a few thousand members, and although facebook is great to reach people, it lacks what we need. We recently

Be able to reach out!

For the last ten years, I had this with me on all my excursions, big or small. I won’t leave the house on my motorcycle or jeep without it. A few years ago, a guy

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2022 Subaru Outback heads into the Wilderness

The new edition of the popular crossover SUV is the most off-road capable yet. The Subaru Outback is one of the most capable crossover SUVs available on the market. Whether you choose the most basic

Nissan Titan is built to compete

A full-sized truck that can be ordered to fit any budget and lifestyle, from basic pickup to off-road ready adventure vehicle. If you ask truck buyers to list all the full-size trucks, they sometimes forget

GMC revives the Hummer as an electric vehicle

According to GMC, the Hummer EV will offer 1,000 horsepower and an unprecedented 11,500 pound-feet of torque from its electric drivetrain. GMC has announced plans to revive the Hummer nameplate, but the new vehicle represents

2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro 4X4: Toughest truck?

The best selling midsize is facing new competition, putting its reputation to the test For many years, off-road enthusiasts who wanted a new midsize truck had only one real choice — a Toyota Tacoma equipped

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