The track is well eroded with one or both of the wheel tracks washed out.This meant that a lot of the time we were leaning one way or the other, certainly not to the my wife's liking. We only had three places that had large trees over hanging the track that we were forced to go around but it wasn't a problem. At times trees along the side of the track were close and we ended up leaving the passenger side window folded in. There are scuff marks on the paintwork but no dents. The same as the two Nissan Wagons that we traveled with. Some of the approaches and departures are narrow and caution has to be taken not to scrap the sides of the Canter. The log bridge at Crystal Creek was interesting to cross but putting the wheels in the right place, it ended up not being a problem. The pucker factor came into play only once (my level is fairly high as I make my living operating my bulldozer contract clearing lantana and doing fire breaks on the hills around Gladstone) and this was on a right hand bend apparently called Cannibal where the outside wheel track is that raised up that much and the inside washed out that I could put my hand out the window and touch the ground. I can tell you that the side way stability even with the camper on is unreal and you will feel the factor come into play long before you get there.