Jeep Wrangler Catches Fire & Burns - Overland Car Camping Trip Ends in Disaster
This guy is forced to watch his car burn to the ground in the middle of nowhere and couldnt be a better sport about it

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Jeep Wrangler Catches Fire & Burns - Overland Car Camping Trip Goes Wrong - Ends in Disaster My most recentJeep Overland Car Camping trip ended in disaster when my Jeep Wrangler JKU Rubicon caught fire and burned to the ground. I was 30 miles from pavement in some of the most remote desert in Oregon. I still have no idea what caused the Jeep to catch on fire but it burned to the ground. This video covers the whole trip. It began like any other car camping overland trip I set out on in the Jeep. The first part of the video covers the trails I was following and some of the cool historic sites I explored. The second part of the video covers pretty much the whole series of events when my Jeep caught on fire right through to then end when it was burned to a crisp. Hope you all enjoy! Best Always Casey Coyote Works for rooftop tents and overlanding gear Prepper Up in Prineville Oregon for camping, survival, and prepare gear.


Pieter Hartzer : Respect for working so hard to prevent the fire spreading!

Gio : *car is burning down in the background* "So now I'm just starting to run through my mind, the good news is it's a 3-day weekend and it's Friday. So I have 3 days to kinda get shit sorted out." ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’€

canoeshoe : Mad respect to keep your cool and thought of the bigger picture immediately. Other people would just let it burn down the entire range

Roberto Medal : What a cool dude. Great attitude! Still enjoyed the night.

J.R. Templeton : I'm 100% positive you could survive the apocalypse with only water and grizzly long cut wintergreen.

volkswagon beattle : I can't believe how positive this guy is about the whole situation

Dakota Patterson : When you tapped you pocket "Oh thank god I have some grizz." Had me cracking up.

Ana nimity : Wallet should ALWAYS be in your PANT pocket. TOYOTAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

scott petrie : Wow. Glad you survived the incident my man.

LegitSweat : You were more calm then some people when they get a scratch on their car.

A Z : Good way to get more likes๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Just burn down the JK

Chris Jennings : As a career Fire Chief that does a lot of rescues... you were one of the 0.000001% of people that ever has any plan for when things go wrong. Outstanding. Nice thinking with the fireline!!!. Talk about a case for having your gear ready to be pulled. Organization makes such a differnce. You were seriously a bad choice away from a desprite survival situation....

Niels Olsen : I don't think they are able to repair it. LOL Guess you are right.

KidCorporate : It's a Jeep thing... you wouldn't understand.

dixler mudflap mudflap : This could have been so much worse....imagine NOT having coconut water.

Phong Phong : good job not letting it start a range fire. I think i would have been in shock and not thought of that.

D.J. KORO : "I Don't Know Guys, I Don't Think There Gonna Be Able To Repair It" !!! LOl Mate That Is The Quote Of The Year !!! Awesome

Lancaster730 : Were you ever compensated for the loss of your vehicle & did they find out why she caught fire . I was thinking of buying one as our beloved Land Rovers are now finished here in the UIK

Henry Jones : How many people are here just to see a Jeep burn to the ground๐Ÿคฃ

John P : people can be replaced - jeeps and equipment cost money

Jay Flat Out : Buddy I can't believe how inspirational you are. I've never seen someone so calm and collected in the face of a disaster. Well done to you sir.

Dave Boreland : The Australian outback is full of burnt out SUV's where people drive for hours through tall dry grass, often growing on the hump in the middle of the track, which gets stuck around the exhaust system . They then park and make camp and the hot exhaust starts the grass burning.

CODA : that's heart breaking, geeze dude. good on you for trying to keep that disaster under control. I'm sitting hear just thinking about how that could be my jeep. might need to add 1 or 2 more extinguishers.

Nick MG : Wow dude, kudos to you for remaining calm and getting on with it, you got me subbed now!

Salem Saberhagen : man just imagine if that happened while sleeping in the rooftop tent

Crazy Med1c : As a Fire Fighter I can tell you two things , 1 The small extinguisher you had was not going to do much, 2 Amazing job keeping your Jeep Fire From Becoming a 100,000 acre Wild-land Fire , As A JKUR owner my heart breaks for you. Good Job! keeping a Cool Head and setting a good example for your Viewers for a worst case scenario!

Eaglehaslanded75 : Your exhaust header or converter was possibly touching the brush under your jeep catching it on fire.

Armee Green : โ€œI know itโ€™s not much to look at officer, but the radio worksโ€. ๐Ÿ˜‚

TexasGirl410 : I know this is an old video, but I still can't help but feel for you when I watch it. Thank you for working so hard to keep it from spreading. I'm sure everyone who has watched this has wanted to jump through the screen and start digging and helping. Glad you were okay. Love your videos!!

Cameron Blevins : Damn still in good spirits right on man!

gundog4314 : There would have been a lot of swear bleeps in this vid if that had been me. You're a class act Casey

Brandon : First step is to start a fire to stay warm...oh wait...

Zil Co : Me: hoping heโ€™s reaching for a beer out that cooler. Him: *grabs a coconut milk. Me: ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธโœŒ๐Ÿฝ *Jeep burns down. Him: salvages coconut milk for later. Me: ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ

ThisJustin350 : More than likely, and its really common. Hot catalytic converters on dry grass. usually happens on the side of a highway, but its possible here.

Mark Allen : Sorry you lost your rig. I'm glad you weren't injured and made it out okay.

Sgt G : The way you conducted yourself during and after the fire, is of the highest order.

Gustavo Mello : middle of nowhere, extremely calm with car burning down...narrating everything and making jokes about must really believe you!


live loud : Its just a jeep thing

John Smitherson : Well that is one hella expensive camp fire.

Travis Rabble : Top of the line in utility sports, Unexplained fires are a matter for the courts! Canyonero! Canyonero! (Yah!)

James Cooper : People worry about preparing for the big SHTF world event. SHTF comes in small doses, like this. This is exactly what a bug out bag is for. When the S is HTF, it's in your face. Grab your bag and go. This is the first video I have seen of an actual survival situation an lots of good lessons learned. You have got to keep gear organized. I also would have had a small shoulder bag with my wallet and paperwork in there. Again, grab and go. Good job here. Glad you were OK!

fieldagent59 is in the forest : Would love to hear the Jeep Corporation public relations people spring into action to defend the safety of their vehicle....... and replace your rig for you.........but I guess that's what insurance is for....

Camping Russ : Great job on keeping the fire down ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป itโ€™s only a Jeep

John P : this is one expensive video

Leo : โ€žItโ€™s still a beautiful night* sits casually infront of his actively burning Jeep๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ you really kept your cool! Respect!

The Burnt Taco 12 : *lights Jeep on fire Okay folks Iโ€™m gonna show you that you donโ€™t need a jeep to survive in the wilderness

jiesky05 : If that was a old hilux you can probably still use it after the fire is out.. ๐Ÿคช

Hadrorex : Gonna need more than a new paint job! You're a class act! Kept a cool head, set your priorities and survived still standing tall when most fall at such an incident. I salute you! Outstanding video. Learned a ton. Thank you! Can't wait to see you back on the trails!