Convoy Procedures

IconsTours Travelling in a group is usually more fun until you get separated, unless of course you meant to lose some people.

Carrying Parts and Tools

IconsToursAs part of any Moke trip that involves straying a little further from home than usual then you should consider making sure you have stored on board an appropriate supply of spare parts for the expected trip.

Spare Parts and Tools - The Basics

IconsToursA list of the basic spare parts and tools to carry in your Moke at any time to get going with the many minor roadside fixable issues that come from driving a 40 year old car.

Spare Parts and Tools - Level Two

IconsToursSpare parts and tools that you should be carrying in addition to the basic  items listed here that prepare you for touring longer distances and even moderate dirt road and outback treks.

Things to take on extended trips

IconsToursThe key to traveling in a  Moke is to keep the weight to a minimum, the less weight the less likely you are to break things mechanical, so here is a list of suggested things to take but you need to review this list when packing with your own ideas, total vehicle weight and practicality.

Rules of Engagement for Trips

IconsTours When travelling in a group it is best to set some ground rules before you leave and not in times of distress or confusion. These are the basics for the trips I lead.