There is nothing worse than being Bogged on the Beach. To start off with, you should never enter a beach without the right recovery gear and 4×4 Accessories. These include a long handled shovel, tyre guage and compressor. When the tide is coming up you need to get out quickly! Your best bet is to lower your tyre pressures down to 8 – 15 PSI (pump them back up a bit after you are out), dig some sand away and drive along the lower part of the beach (if the beach is sloped) until you get some speed up. Once you have momentum you can cut upwards to the top of the beach where the tracks are usually situated. Beach Driving is simple, but you need to know a few things before you do it!