People can test the off-road capabilities of their 4×4 SUVs by engaging in the adventure sport of off-roading. Accidents can occur while off-roading. This is why it is usually advised to consult specialists before such events. Off-roading includes getting a vehicle trapped at an obstacle, and backup vehicles are frequently used to assist in recovering such cars. Here is a video that demonstrates incorrect automobile recovery techniques.
Tudor Adventures & Kitchen has posted the film to their YouTube account. This video shows a Jeep pulling a trapped Tata Safari Storme out of a river. It appears that the Tata Safari’s driver was investigating the riverbed alone, was oblivious to the terrain, and just drove the SUV into the water. It was more substantial than it appeared from the outside. Things are made even more challenging by the sand and pebbles on the river’s bottom.
The CJ6 Jeep then steps in to save the day. It appears like a vehicle ready for off-road excursions and has a real winch placed at the front. Tata Safari Storme is a hefty SUV, and it takes a lot of work to remove one from a river. The water flow was pretty strong, and the Safari Storme’s front bumper is already damaged. The Safari’s back is connected to the metal rope by the CJ6 driver, who then begins winching the vehicle out. The SUV appeared to be stuck on the beach and not moving at all. To get the SUV out, the Jeep driver had to apply some pressure to the rope. He attempted to winch the SUV out, but it was unsuccessful.
The Safari was nearly out of the water after a few attempts. Sparks can be seen shooting out of the Jeep’s front axle in the footage. The Jeep’s front axle appears to have been harmed during the attempt to save the Safari. The recovery video in question contains a number of errors. The Jeep driver began by pulling the Safari out of the ditch using his winch and metal wire. On the tow strap, he wasn’t covering it, though. Since the Safari is a very hefty SUV, as we already explained, there was a very high likelihood that the metal rope would break while attempting to pull the SUV out.
The wire could potentially harm the Jeep’s windshield if something like that were to occur. Additionally, it might harm or even kill those in the jeep as well as anyone standing adjacent to it. If they had kept a blanket on the rope, it wouldn’t have flown and came straight for the jeep. Another thing we observed in the video was the individual’s attempt to push the Safari Storme while he or she was positioned in the river. That is really risky as well. He is attempting to push and lift the SUV from the front. He might get caught under the SUV and suffer an injury if it rolls to the front.
Key Specifications of Tata Safari Storme
|ARAI Mileage||14.1 kmpl|
|City Mileage||10.8 kmpl|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||2179|
|No. of cylinder||4|
|Max Power (bhp@rpm)||147.94bhp@4000rpm|
|Max Torque (nm@rpm)||320Nm@1500-3000rpm|
|Boot Space (Litres)||981|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||63.0|
|Ground Clearance Unladen||200 mm|
Key Features of Tata Safari Storme
|Power Windows Front|