As a result, AFVs can cross Bocage with relative impunity; it's slow, and dangerous if there is any kind of AT capability on the other side (even a MG can be dangerous vs Underbelly Hits), but bogging is rather rare.
Most AFVs involved in bocage will also have the normal ground pressure DRM. Any individual Bog DR in that case will have around an 8.3% chance of bogging. The chances of failing at least one of three such Bog DRs (three feels like the typical number you will take when you head off-road in a serious bocage scenario) is around 23%. This oughtn't stop you, but you want to be understand the risk. If the risk were only 1⁄36, I would not hesitate. At 1⁄12 I pause.