The Tacoma started with the holes test, making good use of its Fox shocks. It cleared the course with no issues and continued to the log course. The log course was no different, as the Tacoma used its Crawl mode to travel up the course like nothing was there. Finally, the smaller pickup took on the rock course, which tests everything about the vehicle including ground clearance. If it can’t clear the rocks, it will end up scraping the underside of the vehicle. Luckily for the Tacoma, even if that happens it has a skid plate underneath for protection. In the end the Tacoma didn’t even need the skid plate, as it passed the rock test with flying colors.