It’s tough to sit at home looking out the window knowing there are people hurting just a few states away.
The loss and uncertainty they’re feeling about what will happen tonight or tomorrow haunts my dreams.
I often wonder what must be going through their minds and who will be the one that steps into a person’s life and gives them hope in times like these.
Hope is something you cannot always find if you’re a victim of a natural disaster, but some offroad manufacturers have stepped up and offered a light in this dreary world so that hope can be restored.
Polaris and Kawasaki donated vehicles to help restore hope in Oklahoma tornado ravaged towns.
Kawasaki’s Mule 4010 Trans4x4 diesel and Teryx4 750 4×4 four-passenger vehicles will be put to good use by the local government, police and fire agencies and Polaris donated 10 military, off-road vehicles with the new run-flat and non-Pneumatic tires that should keep the ATVs moving over varying terrain.
Bay and Bay transport as well as Overbye transport will be delivering the vehicles free of charge.
There’s a desperate need for machines that can traverse the ravaged landscape that used to be beautiful neighborhoods and I want to say thank you to those who run to the rescue of those in need.