Holmes, NY (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
For the off-road enthusiast that doesn’t take any time off due to inclement weather, CSE Offroad is pleased to offer an assortment of gear that will completely enliven the winter. Break free from what you thought was possible during the most dreaded season of the year. CSE Offroad’s collection features winterized gear that can make your time spent scaling snowy banks far less unpredictable. Whether you want to add exterior accessories, interior amenities or something in between, a wealth of parts from brands like Rugged Ridge and Omix-Ada are available to address your needs.
Cold weather requires gear that’s capable of withstanding the added stress on all of your off-road vehicle’s components. A new, high-performance battery can make cold starts much less stressful. Having the right equipment will make the winter months much more tolerable. In fact, you might find yourself enjoying the frigid temperatures.
“We have made an effort to address our customers’ needs when it comes to the winter, while other companies have decided to ignore them,” said Gene DeMarta, Jr., founder and president of CSE Offroad. “Offroaders don’t just stop driving their rigs when the snow starts. They want to continue driving their trucks without having to deal with inconveniences. We offer as many parts and accessories as we can to make that happen. We don’t want our customers dreading winter because they’re not prepared. We help them get prepared. Once they shop here, they’re eager to try out their new toys in the snow.”
Keeping a Jeep in tip-top shape can be a challenge, especially in the winter. A durable floor liner will ensure that you don’t ruin the interior of your truck with muddy boots, melting snow and the endless trail of items that somehow find their way into the cabin of an off-road vehicle. Like many other off-road enthusiasts, you may be struggling to find cargo room to haul your ski and snowboard equipment. That’s a headache that you can quickly rid yourself of by getting a cargo liner to sop up all of the melting snow your ski and snowboard gear will accumulate after a day on the slopes.