Watch a Lifted Jeep Wrangler Get Caught on a Tiny Snow Pile in a Parking Lot

We have featured loads of off-road excursions gone awry through the years, however it's laborious to prime the embarrassment of getting a jacked-up, two-wheel-drive Jeep Wrangler caught on a tiny mound of snow in an in any other case clear car parking zone. Mall crawler, you've got met your match. The video popped up on Fb earlier this week, and whereas it is frustratingly brief on particulars, there's lots to study from the battle. It opens with the previous-generation JK Jeep Wrangler already high-centered on a small pile of snow, no various ft tall. Being a rear-wheel-drive truck—you may see the non-driven entrance axle is thinner—its ratty off-road tires and carry package are of no assist in any respect. Complicating issues for the uncomplicated driver is the truth that the Wrangler has an open rear differential, so the engine's energy will observe the trail of least resistance. With one again wheel barely off the bottom, all revving does is make the airborne tire spin like a tragic pinwheel. The Jeep is nicely and actually caught.     The cameraman continues filming as the motive force saws the steering wheel forwards and backwards. After half a minute or so, two guys stroll up, say one thing to the determined wheelman, and peer amusedly on the spinning rear wheel because the clip lastly ends. There isn't any info on the place this was recorded, or how lengthy it took them to drag the Wrangler from its icy perch. Until the motive force has a number of buddies put weight on that floating tire and push it down, it might be laborious to get it off there with out one other automobile. As to the why, nicely, there's nothing Jeep individuals get pleasure from greater than parking on snow piles when given the possibility. Partly as a result of these piles generally cowl official spots, and partly as a result of they will. More often than not. It is a Jeep factor, you would not perceive. h/t Jalopnik