JA 4×4 we have planned and supported many trips and expeditions. We actually have been to places. That’s why we feel confident in supporting your trip in any way that you may need.
From the provision of support vehicles, offroad ambulances or scout vehicles to the conversion of your classic Series Land Rover or VW Camper into a genuine roundtheworld capable vehicle with all the mod cons we are able to help.
In the past, we have worked intensively with projects as diverse as the G4 Global Challenge Teams to the 10 ‘lunatics’ who rode Honda C90 scooters across the Sahara desert and up country to a Hospital deep in the bush in Gambia.
If you have an idea, why not get in touch – we have the knowledge to support and advise you.
No matter if you are travelling within the England, Wales, Scotland or main land Europe or further afield to North Africa and Eastern Europe, China, Russia and the Far East in custom built Land Rover 4x4s – we KNOW our business. So if you have a dream to drive up Kilimanjaro in a 2CV or to circumnavigate the globe in an inappropriate vehicle, come and talk to us and we’ll share our experience and enthusiasm with you!
Of course, if it’s the ‘simple matter’ of preparing a Defender 130 or a Toyota Landcruiser to go anywhere in any conditions, we can help there as well- no matter what the challenge, we will work with you to help make your dream come true 🙂 .
Please call us on +44 (0) 1206 255094 to start planning your adventure. The kettle is always on.
Using a JA4x4 built Landy 130 crew cab as a tech support/ recovery vehicle and a V8 Landcruiser as a fast response/scout/medical vehicle, we have also been running Off-road motorcycle trips for the last 8 years
(Please note that Moto-Morocco no longer exists as a separate company and has fully merged with JA4x4 so we can extend the range of expeditions support we can provide.)
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