Driving off road in a Jeep Renegade Trailhawk in New Mexico respectfully

My Jeep Renegade Trailhawk out in the New Mexico desert - Nikon D750 with Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 SP lens tripod mounted 5-bracket HDR processed in Aurora HDR 2018

I have only put 1,500 miles on my Jeep Renegade Trailhawk since I got it last month and have not taken it more than an hour outside of Albuquerque, but I have been offroad a lot already.  Nothing crazy like Moab-like trails or anything, but I have been using it as the Jeep, especially the Trailhawk version, was intended.  I really like knowing I can go anywhere, do anything with this vehicle.  However, I would not do everything you see in Jeep and other offroad vehicle commercials like driving down and across streams!  Or causing tumult by trying to "crawl" over big rocks.  To me this is destroying Nature.  I do want the Jeep to help me reach places just not possible on foot, but by staying on established fire roads and unmaintained roads.  

The area I made the photo above in was so peaceful, so tranquil.  The Jeep got me and my dog Kiki there, and then I parked it and enjoyed the sunset and remote feeling of this place (and took 40+ photos because I was on a rural land assignment!).  There is no practical way anyone would go to this spot on foot.  It's only a few miles from paved road, but in the middle of nowhere Sandoval County, New Mexico.  The Jeep is helpful tool for exploring, though I am aware of its environmental impact even just doing this.  

Go anywhere, do anything, but in a way still respectful to Nature.