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This is a discussion on NY: (Off-roading) Why I dont drive a 2WD within the Fun Drives forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Originally posted by Mikko And lastly, gravel roads are not "off" road. They are still roads, they just happen to ...

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    Originally posted by Mikko

    And lastly, gravel roads are not "off" road. They are still roads, they just happen to be made of gravel. It seems to be an american thing to not recognize non-paved roads as roads.
    On Long Island any road other than asphalt or concrete is considered offroad IMHO. I know its not real off-roading like "jeep trails". Nothing that a wrx can handle anyway.
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    Silly Long-Islanders. I wonder if people buy SUV's in order to tackle all those pesky non-paved roads and then go "I off-road every week". lol.

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    i ahve a dakota and a wrx, and if u can get past the gates to west hills park on jericho turnpike after 11pm, ur in heaven...... sweet hollow road that runs next to the park is also insane to go 60 mph down also..... if u look hard enough you can find nice spots to go "offroading"
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