It has come to my attention that there are “rules” to driving a jeep. We have the infamous “Jeep Wave” of two fingers lifted off the steering wheel when passing another jeep. I forget sometimes and hope I do not appear rude. When I reluctantly drive my other car, I still do the jeep wave, as I forget I am not in the jeep!
Now I think I have discovered another hidden jeep rule that says “When looking to park your jeep, you must park near the nearest jeep”. I keep returning to my jeep and it has a jeep buddy parked right near it. I like the fact that my jeep has a friend jeep while I am away. But is this a rule I should be adopting and seeking to fulfill? Do you park near jeeps if you own a jeep?
- It’s a Jeep Thing! (theeverydaywarrior.com)
- Jeep Trail Ride Somewhere in Rock Tavern, NY (oshea12566.wordpress.com)
- Thief high centered my Jeep on a boulder. What now? (ask.metafilter.com)