While the exhaust jack is certainly a dependable piece of equipment, you want to exercise caution when using it. Never allow any part of your body to be positioned under the car when it is being supported by the exhaust jack. Also, it is not meant to be used for car maintenance or wheel replacement. No one should be in the car when it is being jacked, and if there is a trailer attached to the car that is stuck, it should be disconnected before the exhaust jack is used. Never use the jack in a confined area or leave it unattended while inflated under a car.
The design of an exhaust jack includes a hard core to ensure a greater amount of stability when lifting the car. Plus, a two-way inflation system allows you to control the rate of lift and how high the car is lifted by the air being pumped into it from the exhaust pipe. The bag is completely collapsible so it can be stored flat, like a deflated beach ball. When it comes to convenience, power, and versatility, nothing beats an exhaust jack for nearly all situations where your off-roading vehicle needs to be lifted.