Question: What Started The Jeep Wave?

Other’s say the Jeep wave began after the war when the soldiers returned home.

Often the drivers of Jeeps passing on roadways would wave at each other, as they knew most likely each other had served.

Finally some claim the wave began only when civilians started buying Jeeps and taking them off road.17 Oct 2015

Is there such thing as a Jeep wave?

Driving a Jeep Wrangler means a few things, you are awesome, you can go anywhere, and you wave to other Jeeps. But, who started this tradition and what are the exact rules behind the Jeep Wave? The Jeep wave is rather simple, just lift two fingers and your thumb off the steering wheel and wave to the passing jeep.11 Jun 2018

What is the Jeep Wave Club?

Jeep® Wave is a program designed to provide select Jeep® Brand vehicle owners with exclusive 24/7 owner support and a special package of benefits to enhance their ownership experience and thank them for their loyalty to the Jeep® Brand.

How much does Jeep wave cost?

Free for new Jeep owners, and available for eligible vehicles from the 2015 model year or older for a cost of $150 per year, the Jeep Wave Program offers many features like 24/7 support with just a phone call or online chat away, VIP perks, no-charge same-day car rental and more.24 Oct 2018

Who started Jeep?

The first prototype military Jeep was developed by Bantam. Designed in 18 hours by Karl Probst, a freelance auto designer from Detroit, the 1,840-pound Bantam exceeded the Army’s expectations during initial testing in September 1940. Not much that is truly groundbreaking in this world was created by committee.13 Jul 2016