Although it’s always in style to accessorize, with 10% or more off all car accessories at Cutter Honolulu CJDR, it’s never been so affordable to look and feel this good in your Jeep. We’ve created a guide for all your must-have accessories.
Do you remember the car game where you would smash the people sitting opposite of the corner of the turn you were taking? Well, it’s a lot more fun when the doors are on, which is why we greatly recommend grab handles for your jeep, especially if you’re one of those Jeep people that like to drive doorless.
Keep the dirt and grime of a great weekend to a minimum with easy to was slush mats. Do you know what’s better than 10% off slush mats? 15% off slush mats—we aren’t joking. Get your coupon here.
Wrangler Door Sill Guards
Do you want to know what’s also 15% off? Wrangler Door Sill Guards. Their purpose is to protect your Wrangler’s door sills from damage.
The fear that the turn of a wheel could break your beloved iPhone is the harsh reality of off roading or even cruising without a phone mount. That’s why we are big fans of the Daystar Dash Panels. This is created with perfectly proportioned compartments to hold goods like sunnies, phones, and MP3 players.
This one could be self explanatory, but with the dangers that come along with off-roading, we’ll explain that you should be prepared for anything. A fire could happen on your own Jeep or in its surroundings.
Camping beachside is not just an activity for the hopelessly romantic and beach bums, it’s for anyone and everyone hoping to enjoy cool ocean breezes at dawn from the comfort of their beloved backseat. But to find a place that is both vehicle friendly and beautiful is a task that we are pulling in our experts for.
Lualualei Beach Park
This lovely stretch of beach presents a breezy paradise that’s secluded from modern Honolulu. Plentiful parking and privacy are just two factors that make this park stand out from the others. Because of the beach’s great space, it is ideal for family and friend gatherings that are followed by a restful night of sleep in the backseat of your cars. If you choose to truly rough it, be sure to reserve a camping spot.
Ma’ili Beach Park
Did you wake up to the sight of white sand beaches contrasting blue waves? You must be at Ma’ili Beach Park! Meaning “Little Pebbles” in native Hawaiian, this beach has big waves in the winter and vast parking year round. In addition to a white beach attraction, it is located near a historic community. Like Lualualei Beach Park, you will want to reserve a spot to enjoy the amenities.
Waimanalo Bay Beach Park
If shade is what you’re looking for, look no further than the tree-covered Waimanalo Bay Beach Park! Plentiful beaches, parking, and sun coverage are the name of this park’s game. Yet again, make your reservation here.
Although these sites require reservations, there are often last minute openings and nothing beats camping near the beach in Honolulu! Now that we’ve shared a couple of our favorite places to camp with you, we must know, what are yours?