By Jack Mobley
An off-road jeep rolled on to its side before successful climbing a muddy hill twice.
While Greg Carrell and his mates were testing out their ATVs, driving Scott Conway put his 2012 Polaris RZR 900 four-seater through its paces.
Choosing one path outside Summertown, Tennessee, Scott’s RZR topples on to its left-hand side on December 31, meaning the friends have to push him back upright.
After successfully being righted, Scott then conquers Axel Hill two times while the buddies enjoy the rest of their New Year’s Eve in style.
Greg said: “Axel Hill is much steeper than it looks.
“Plus, over the years the soil has been pushed away by spinning tires which now just leaves the natural stair stepping effect of the rock embedded in the mountain.
“The struggle is greatly amplified when trying to do it in a bare bone stock side by side.
“We’ve been doing this for a long time and have seen rollovers happen quite a bit.
“So, the reaction is usually that of being amused as long as no one is hurt.”