BFGoodrich’s free Off Road Escape app

Explore the unexplored with BFGoodrich’s Off Road Escape app.

BFGoodrich free Off Road Escape app
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EARLIER this year, BFGoodrich launched a free app on the Apple iTunes store in an effort to make off-roading in the Aussie bush stress-free.

As well as live tracking, the BFG Off Road Escape app provides users with access to a bunch of free offline maps. The app gives punters the ability to plot routes, save pins with notes, and search for locations within the offline maps. Users can also create a profile with vehicle information, and get access to 4x4 tips and advice from BFGoodrich.

In addition to this, the company has streamlined the registration process and user interface to make the entire experience even easier. BFG also recently launched a Facebook group where app users can share their thoughts, feedback and trail experiences. The Facebook group can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/732367760441775/about/

The app requires iOS 10.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The free app is currently only available through the Apple iTunes store. Sorry, Android users.

 

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