I took the old girl off road two weekends ago when I went hunting in Upstate, New York; my parents have a place up there. There are a bunch of logging trails that go up into the mountains at the end of our road, so my cousin and I figured we'd go check that out. The trails were cut and pretty wide, but there was overgrowth on the sides of the trail (Shrubs, grass, saplings). Needless to say the paint on my truck ended up getting scuffed, not scratched, but scuffed.
Is there anything on the market that can help alleviate this problem? I was looking at this option another member was talking about
4xGUARD : Matrix Brush Guard - Modular brush guard, push guard for Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Commander
But I'm not sure if those "Brush Guards" really guard against anything. The scuffs I suffered really weren't on the nose of the car, it was all along the sides, doors and rear quarters. My question is, are there any solutions to help prevent this or keep the scuffs down? Or is it just the nature of the beast and I have to break out the polishing compound every time I go out wheeling and encounter this?