I have one that I throw in my Jeep whenever I go out on the beach. If you are alone, it is the only way to get out of the sand without a lot of digging, jacks and carpet strips or boards, unless someone else comes along. You just stick it in the sand and hook the winch to it. The more you pull, the more it digs in. It is worth the investment if you are in areas like beachs or where there are few or no trees. In addition, they fold up so they don't take up a lot of room.
2007 Red Rock Unlimited Rubi, 6 speed, dual tops, tow, power group, side air bags, deep tint, Sirius, 6-disc DVD/mp3 radio, Pro Comp Series 7005, 4.5 Rubicon Express longarm, Rubicon Express drive shaft and shocks, 4.88 gears, Toyo MT 35's, yellow top, Cobra WXSTII, Fab Fours front and rear bumpers, Warn 9.5XP with synthetic, cirkit boss, black grill insert, DEO high steer.
1990 YJ 3 1/2" BDS suspension lift, 1 " body lift, SYE, Borla header and catback, Super 35 rear with Detroit Locker, 4.56 F & R, Schrockworks rocksliders, Truxus 33 MTS, Mastercraft Baja RS front seats, Bestop rear seat, Skid Row nightcrawler front bumper, LOD rear bumper, Centerforce dual friction clutch, Bushwacker flares, Warn 9.5ti with synthetic, Line-X tub, Dual yellow tops, aluminum radiator, electric fan, back up lights, heavy duty alternator, Uniden PC78Elite, PIAA 525s, hood lights, fuel injection.