To add to this, make sure you check all maps for the OBX for various closings. You don't want to end up in an area that is off-limits and receive a fine. Also, if for whatever reason you find that you start to sink your tires and you don't have a board to help gain traction. If you have mud-mats in your commander, you can clear out the sand either in front or behind the tire (depending on the direction you want to try to move too) and place the mats in that direction. I did this with my wife's Grand Cherokee and it worked like a charm!
Now, I have to admit, I went out unprepared and haven't ever done so since. Have a great time down there and take lots of pics.
2006 4.7L V8 Commander-Black
Upgrades-Cargo Tray, little person booster seat
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2005 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon-Red
Upgrades-ARB bull winch bar, Warn 9.5ti, Amsteel Blue winch line, OME 2.5 suspension lift, hi-lift