The badges definitely follow the driver.Resurrecting an old thread to ask a question.
I got 9 badges in 6 states in my Sport S.
I have traded up to a Rubicon and I am slowly re-running the trails. Some of the trails aren't my favorites and some are far away.
I have all my badges in a box.
Some people feel like the badges go with the driver and just stick them on their new Jeep. I feel like they are for both the driver and the Jeep so I don't feel right putting them on my Rubicon until I run the trail in this Jeep.
What do others think?
Your last Jeep was a Lease and never belonged to you. Should probably just throw all those badges in the trash then?
If you go to the app, you can’t re-request them if you buy a different Jeep unless you start a new profile.
The program, from the way I see it, is based on the driver. I don’t think it even shows you what Jeep you completed the badges with. It just needs a valid VIN to order the badge.
I’ve got 29 now, and I’ll be damned if I start over because of a different Jeep. Lol.
I could see an argument for Wrangler vs Renegade or Cherokee and not putting the badges on an obviously incapable vehicle for the trail. Looking at the app and the intent, I think it’s more person/community based than equipment. IMO, of course.