Vehicles that can travel on and off gravel or paved streets are called Off-Road Vehicles. They are usually huge, with large tires having open treads. Besides, they are versatile and may have several wide rubber tracks or tires, enabling them to travel on hard terrain easily. Many take the shape of trucks, jeeps, tanks, and caterpillars. Off-road vehicles may include bulldozers, forklifts, cranes, golf cars, and even tractors. Since they don’t travel on public streets, they are mainly used for sightseeing, transporting cargo, commercial works, and motorsports. Off-road vehicles are also used for military and commercial purposes. Examples include the Mercedes-Benz Unimog, Swedish Hägglunds Bv206, Jeep CJ, Volvo L3314N, and UMM Alter.