Jeeps, Land Rovers, 4Runners, Tacomas and Rams can go a lot of places “off-road”. Due to the broad definition of off-road held by many people, these rental vehicles are not intended for off-road use. Driving on unimproved roads, high clearance, closed roads, 4x4 trails, tracks, rock crawling, river crossings, mudding, soft sand, saltwater or brackish water are not permitted at any time. You are allowed to drive on maintained public dirt roads (forest , state or county roads) at your leisure. If you travel in a restricted area you will be liable for all damages to vehicle, tires, windshield, additional equipment, and towing costs, along with any additional expenses resulting from breakdown or accident. Always use your head, do not go down the path if you have the slightest of doubt. Remember, off-road travel is not covered under insurance coverage, and you must acknowledge that you understand this when signing the rental contract. You also are taking 100% financial responsibility for the rental, regardless if insurance covers the damage or loss.