At this point, going off the grid means turning off your phone on Sundays.
That’s a tragedy.
The cure is going where there’s no cell service at all … and then staying there.
To assist, we advise Earth Roamer’s custom XV-LTS expedition vehicle. It’s the ultimate “Jake, cancel all my PM calls” ride if there ever was one, a proverbial middle finger to all memos and emails flagged urgent.
Earth Roamer (6 images)
One part all-terrain and one part camper, the XV-LTS will take you into the great wide open on 41-inch military tires. The Colorado-based company designed the rig to function completely independent of trivialities like a water supply or electricity grid: it’s got a whopping battery bank and hefty roof-top solar panels built right in.
The make can be fitted with optional electric winches in the front and rear should you find yourself in a pickle, which, let’s be honest, is bound to happen. But most importantly, the Earth Roamer also offers an external BBQ and snack prep area.
We never said you should go on this journey alone, after all.
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