“Badges! We don’t want no stinkin’ badges!”
That line, or one thing comparable, has been utilized in motion pictures from the 1948 traditional, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, to Blazing Saddles (1974), Troop Beverly Hills (1989), and even “Bizarre Al” Yankovich’s UHF (1989), wherein badges turned badgers.
However it seems that if you happen to drive a Jeep Wrangler, you do, certainly, want badges, and the extra the merrier.
Since 2013, Jeep has provided its Badge of Honor program to homeowners of its off-road automobiles who’ve really pushed particular off-pavement routes. Lately, Jeep introduced the enlargement of this system to incorporate 56 trails.
Among the many 7 newly added to the checklist are the Northwest OHV Park path in Texas, the Tread Calmly! 4 Wheel Drive Manner in Florida, and Bearwallow in West Virginia. They be a part of such well-known challenges because the Rubicon Path in California, Hell’s Revenge in Moab, Utah, and Imogene Go in Colorado.
“We created the Badge of Honor program as a enjoyable technique to work together with our loyal off-road Jeep fanatics, permitting them to do what they love most and earn distinctive path badges for his or her automobiles,” Jim Morrison, head of the Jeep model, is quoted within the announcement.
“This system has actually taken off and we regularly see Jeep automobiles with many various badges that characterize conquered trails across the nation. With continued program curiosity, we’ve expanded the Badge of Honor cellular app with many new options our clients will take pleasure in.”
Talking of that app, it’s the way you take part. You may check-in once you drive a path, request the badge to mount in your car once you full the path, you even can recommend new trails that ought to be included in this system.
The app contains an Off-Roading 101 to assist introduce newcomers to driving off-pavement.
For extra info, you’ll be able to go to the Jeep Badge of Honor website, which has hyperlinks to each the Apple and Google Play variations of the app.