In such terrain, the driving speeds are so small that I did not consider it necessary to put on the shelters.
Sure, all the falls will come with incredibly fast surprise.
Even if the terrain looks smooth, there can be something insurmountable under the plants, or a large pit that can not be crossed.
Of all the worst are a few inch thick stems of wood.
They do not see them at all and they stop effectively.
On top of small tree stumps it really does not want to crash.
They may go through the skin.
When something hits the pedal, today I can already avoid falling too frequently.
This kind of terrain requires a lot of power, both from the device and from the man.
This is incredibly hard to drive.
Had to put extra good cooling on my EUC.
Although the battery is 84V. With a smaller voltage than this kind of driving you can not even dream.
Without efficient ventilation it would have overheated in a matter of minutes.
Now the heat of the circuit board does not rise at all.
But the engine has to cool down with water.