During the recent snow storms that brought the country to its knees last week, an army of 4x4 drivers took to the roads to help those in need. All over the internet videos were popping up of 4x4's towing lorries to safety, pulling cars out of ditches, ferrying people to
Greenlaning or green laning is an outdoor pursuit of driving along the network of public byways that run the length and breadth of the country. The greenlanes are typically unsurfaced and only suitable for "off-road" vehicles. The byways are often overgrown which is why they are known as "Green lanes".
Unsung hero's from Devon and Cornwall have spent almost 48 hours straight driving NHS staff and patients all over Cornwall and Devon free of charge during the red weather warning. Neil Bradford and Claire Bryant are well known for their charity work among the Land Rover community, they run Facebook groups
Drivers are being urged to stay off the roads today due to hazardous conditions caused by storm Emma. There has been widespread severe disruption caused by snow across the country and the emergency services have declared the situation a 'major incident'. What Is A Major Incident? "An event or situation, with a range
TV presenter Jake Humphrey found himself inundated with messages after posting an very kind offer on social media to help "vulnerable" people using his 4x4. https://twitter.com/mrjakehumphrey/status/969118102628773888 The broadcaster said he is available to help people in need near Norwich, which received a mixed bag of admiration and ridicule. One Twitter user replied to