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Good effort. I remembered my car touched during first drive. Fortunately, I had comprehensive off-road package and other party was very understanding. These are possibilities and I accept it and pay full attention on not to repeat same mistake and careful while judging the sand. 

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@Gaurav well written and covered a lot of very important points

I feel it would also be good to mention who is primarly responsibile in the event that a tow rope, jack or any tools breaks /bends while helping other members.

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wouldn't it be better to make a Carnity off road rescue box and put in it all the essentials in it which would be with the one who is really regular in the drives and contribution should be from all members who join the drives that way it won't be heavy on one guy and we all can enjoy the benefits...

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@shadow79 there is a reason for each one carrying their own equipment and having one set of equipment will not be sufficient. Imagine in a convoy of over 20 cars if one person carrying this box has to approach the effected car every time. Also if one rope is used for a hard pull with 3 to 4 attempts it cannot be used again for recovery on the same trip. If the equipment gives up, breaks or bends we do not have anybody to rely on. Whatever the suggestions given are not here to burden anyone, if you're an off roader or aspire to be one, than all equipment is necessary for everyone who wants to be regular.

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Thanks @Srikumar for the suggestion, I have added off road gear and mechanical failure points on the above post.

@shadow79 surprise to hear your "so not practical" suggestion after driving with us for so long time.

 

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