Drive Out #43 | March 2011

Drive Out #43 | March 2011

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  • ANGOLA | This country’s dramatic plateaus and fertile plains almost makes the Drakensberg look like a molehill
  • WEEKEND | Escape a while from Port Elizabeth and go on a dirt-road jaunt near Salem
  • FORGOTTEN HIGHWAY | You have the shortest road to the north almost all to yourself
  • WHEELS | Petrol or Diesel? We also drive the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Subaru Outback Diesel and BMW X3
  • GEAR | We ask all the right questions about roof racks
  • WORKSHOP | After a long process, this first-generation Fortuner’s suspension feels just like that of a Cruiser…
  • DIY | Here are some running boards that can stand a bit of punishment
  • MY WHEELS | With this Land Rover 101 Forward Control you can just about drive to the moon and back
  • POLAI | ‘Good fences make good neighbours – especially if they are lions’
  • READER ADVENTURE | ‘Our ten-hour nightmare on what was supposed to be a four-hour excursion for family and friends
  • 4×4 TRAIL | Enjoy the silence of the bundu – and three of the Big Five – a stone’s throw from the city.
  • BOSKOS | All you need to take to the bundu are potatoes (and meat)
  • GRAVEL STORIES | Bicycles (and their riders in their tight pants) are not as innocent as they seem

Plus Free collectable pull-out map of the Southern Cape: Routes that Rock #12