WATCH: This Jeep Performs A Pretty Whacked Stunt And We Love It!

Some guys see a challenge or obstacle in life assume it can't be done, and look for a way around it. Others will roll up their sleeves and push right through it.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on August 20, 2017

Some guys see a challenge or obstacle in life assume it can’t be done, and look for a way around it.

Others will roll up their sleeves and push right through it.

Think you’ve got solid driving skills?

Let’s see you do this:

Posted by Jeep Experience on Saturday, July 1, 2017

A Jeep driving down a narrow river between two cliffs?

Sure, that’s a pretty good start.

Not just any schmuck could pull that off.

But what about cornering?

Will this be a ‘hold my beer moment’ or ‘buy that guy a beer’ moment?

(No problem bro, I’ve got this.)

This time, the guy on the video knows exactly what he’s doing.

He crushes it.

A really big gap. Uphill. Through a river.

The Jeep is BARELY long enough to span the gap.

Not a lot of margin of error.

And it’s not like he’s got a tow truck nearby if he gets pooched.

It’s high-stakes driving here.

And he kills it.

(Not like the dumb sap driving in this other video. They built a bridge there for a reason, Slappy. Pretty sure Insurance won’t cover ‘stupidity’.)

Be like the guy in the Jeep.

Not like the moron in the truck.

Here are some tips for any young bucks who want to know the difference.

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