2607 West Rodeo Road Avenue, North PlatteNebraska 69101, United States



We’re committed to auto repair and to serving you with quality and value. Bring your car in today for an inspection, and see what our commitment to quality is all about! We may not be related, but you’ll feel like we’re family.

Off Road Ltd



Committed to providing you excellent service, so you always choose us for your repair needs.


For most people, auto maintenance and repair is not fun or convenient. So, we want make the process as easy and enjoyable as possible for you. We genuinely care about your car and your experience, and it shows. Our first-time customers continually become our long term customers time and time again, choosing us for all their auto needs.

Maintaining your business 


For the many years we’ve been in business, we have been striving to provide our clients the best quality service possible to gain their full satisfaction. And they’ve shown their appreciation by coming back to us repeatedly.


We want to be the auto maintenance and repair facility for all your automotive needs.

Off Road Ltd opened our doors in 1978 in a 4,400 square foot building in Arvada, CO.  The operation was relocated in 1986 and then in 1990, both in Aurora, CO.  By 1995, Off Road Ltd had out grown it's location and moved to 14200 E Colfax.  In 2020, the owner decided to semi-retire and partnered with another business located in North Platte, NE.  We also have a wharehouse/fabrication shop located in Haxton, CO.

In 1979, Off Road Ltd was the first to offer 4WD conversions in the Denver / Rocky Mountain region with primary focus on vans.  Providing 4WD ambulance conversions of such companies as Collins Coach.

In 1982, the owner of the company,  Jeff Maxwell, an avid off road race fanatic, was part of bringing, what later became known as short course off road racing and made famous by the late Mickey Thompson, to the metro area and out of the fields, so to speak.

Then, in 1991 Off Road Ltd became the premier shop involved with MTEG when the stadium races came to Denver Mile High Stadium for the next three years.  The company was the host for a truck show where the 20 class winners caravanned to the race with VIP access.  The truck show continued for another nine years as an annual event after the end of the MTEG, and became known as "JUST ANOTHER $#&!?@% TRUCK SHOW".