Properly equipped there is nothing wrong with it. I used to do it every day and was pulling a Zodiac Pro Jet. I however had a permit to do it and knew how to do it.Last summer I was driving down the island between Pensacola Beach and Navarre Beach. There was a truck pulled out on the beach and the guy was fishing next to it.
About 50 yards down another guy had pulled his truck out there and was taking pictures of it with the water in the background.
These geniuses must've been thinking "Gee, why hasn't anybody else thought of this? I must be the only guy around with 4 WD !"
Honestly, tourists have no concept of how soft our sand really is. That's why they get stuck.
The good ones are the ones with four-wheel drive that park with two on pavement and two in the soft sand.I've pulled a few cars (tourists) out of the sand along the beach. They all say, it didn't look too soft when I drove into it. It's white soft sand you idiots. A two wheel drive vehicle is definately getting stuck in our great beach sand. What makes it nice and soft is also what makes you get stuck dummies.