Jeeps are designed to go off road, blaze new trails, and look like cars that would be your best friend in an apocalyptic situation. Part of the reason they can do that is because they are fitted out with epic modifications that give them an edge. Some of these modifications are useful and others are just for fun, but all of them make for an epic ride.
First is the lift. And having a jeep being supported by big wheels and a lifting system can really help out on roads. So take a look at a lift kit designed to fit a variety of wheels and heights, and then get your jeep fitted with some large wheels. The wheels also need to be made of sturdier stuff than your average car tire and need to have enough traction to hold up against mud and silt.
Next, as much as wheels fitted for difficult terrain might help, sometimes Jeeps end up getting stuck in the mud. A powerful winch and rope can help you get your jeep clear from whatever hazard it is trapped in and then back on the road.
Having a bumper attached to your jeep will also give points for a winch to be attached to it, as well as for your friends to attach their own winches if they are the ones saving you for a change. Plus they give extra points for style.
Finally, snorkels are great for people, but they are also great for trucks! A snorkel kit acts as a way for the engine to keep functioning if the Jeep gets into a wet spot, although it might give your ride some strange looks when you ride with others. No one said jeep accessories had to be functional and beautiful and in this case it’s the former.