What is it about Jeeps that brings out the good in people? Just recently we wrote about a Jeep owner who helped rescue stranded cars during the San Diego floods, and now we’ve gotten word on more Jeep owners doing good, this time up in New Brunswick, Canada.
Last Tuesday, the town of Moncton, New Brunswick was hit with heavy snowfall. That’s when members of the New Brunswick Jeep Club volunteered their time to drive doctors and nurses to and from the hospital, ensuring they got to work safely and on time.
“It’s nice to help out in some small way to get our doctors and nurses where they need to be,” Jeep club member and volunteer Mike Noble told Global News. “It really feels good at the end of the day.”
Myra Folkes, a registered nurse at the Moncton Hospital who rode with Noble in his winter-prepped Jee, said she and her colleagues appreciated the helping hand the Jeep club members provided.
“The service is wonderful,” she said. “Nice, friendly young men with powerful jeeps driving old ladies home. I think it’s a great service.”
Watch the New Brunswick Jeep Club demonstrate what Jeep ownership is all about in the Global News video below.