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Welcome to the Warner Robins Jeep Club!

Welcome to the Warner Robins Jeep Club (WRJC) which was established in Warner Robins, Georgia in 2011. Don’t let the name fool you, you don’t have to live in Warner Robins to be a part of the club. We have members living throughout the state of Georgia and around the world.

We are Jeep enthusiasts that enjoy all that is Jeep! Our members drive everything from stock Jeeps to specially built rock crawling buggies and everything in between. We enjoy cruising with the top and doors off, camping, exploring national parks and forests, and hitting the trails at off-road vehicle parks. Some of our club events also include local meet and greets, sponsoring families in need during Thanksgiving and Christmas, and assisting local children's homes with any needs they have.

Our mission is to make a positive impact on our local communities and set the example for the responsible use and enjoyment of our country's natural resources.

So, if you own a Jeep and want to hang around other folks who own Jeeps, register and join us at our next event (check out the Official/Unofficial Events section). We can’t wait to meet you!!!





G-man
June 22, 2018, 07:39:40 AM by G-man
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Taking effect July 1, the Hands-Free Georgia Act will make it illegal to do any of the following while operating a vehicle:
•      A driver cannot have a phone in their hand or use any part of their body to support their phone.  Drivers can only use their
phones to make or receive phone calls by using speakerphone, earpiece, wireless headphone, phone is connected to vehicle or an 
electronic watch.       
•       GPS navigation devices are allowed.
•       Headsets and earpieces can only be worn for communication purposes and not for listening to music or other entertainment.
•       A driver may not send or read any text-based communication unless using voice-based communication that automatically converts 
            message to a written text or is being used for navigation or GPS
•       A driver may not write, send or read any text messages, e-mails, social media or internet data content
•       A driver may not watch a video unless it is for navigation.
•       A driver may not record a video (continuously running dash cams are exempt)
EXCEPTIONS TO THE LAW ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1.    Reporting a traffic crash, medical emergency, fire, criminal activity or hazardous road conditions.
2.    An employee or contractor of a utility service provider acting within the scope of their employment while responding to a utility
       emergency.
3.     A first responder (law enforcement, fire, EMS) during the performance of their official duties.
4.     When in a lawfully parked vehicle—this DOES NOT include vehicles stopped for traffic signals and stop signs on the public roadway.
The purpose of the Hands-Free Georgia Act is to attempt to reduce the number of deaths occurring on Georgia roadways, which rose to a historic high of 1,550 fatalities last year.
The penalties for violating the Hands-Free Georgia Act are:
•   First conviction: $50, one point on a license;
•   Second conviction: $100, two points on a license;
•   Third and subsequent convictions: $150, three points on a license.
Prohibiting the use of technology while driving will greatly reduce the number of accidents caused by distracted driving. ¬ It’s important to take note that there will be no grace period.  The law goes into effect on JULY 1st and enforcement will begin on JULY 1st - There is not a 90-day grace period provision in the Hands-Free Law.
Annette
June 19, 2018, 08:36:02 AM by Annette
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5.9L Cummings
4x4
Iron Cross Front/Rear Bumper
Built in back up camera
Tow Package
Blue exterior
Custom Seat covers, no tears in seats
Tool Box
Runs great

$20,000 obo


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rob_jones
June 18, 2018, 08:50:21 AM by rob_jones
Views: 139 | Comments: 5

Could someone walk me through the process of adjusting the parking brake on a TJ? I have the cable as tight as it will go, but the brake barely holds. Isn't there also an adjustment in the brake shoes?
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