Sometimes your cross-country drive, overlanding adventure or multi-state road trip demands more gear than the cargo space inside your car can handle, but that’s no reason to start being selective. Your car most likely came with a fixed roof, so now’s the time to really utilize it by strapping all your excess gear on top of it. But, before you do, there are a few things you should know. Things like getting the right roof rack, how to properly (and safely) load and tie down your gear — learn to do these things the correct way before you set out on the open road.
Do the Weekend Right with One of These Roof Racks
For your next adventure, utilize the roof and carry everything you need, stress-free.
Essential Gear for the Overland Adventure
You’ve got your camping supplies and your truck — now here’s the gear to keep yourself from getting stranded.
How to Tie Things to the Roof of Your Car
Don’t be the person who causes an accident.