Land Rover Readying Third North American Off-Road Driving School

Top-Tier Land Rovers Used for Instruction
June 25, 2005
Land Rover Readying Third North American Off-Road Driving School
By Trevor Hofmann, Canadian Auto Press

Ever Want to Learn How to Drive Off-Road?

Have you ever wanted to learn how to 4x4? While the prospect of foraging through deep wooded wilderness or clambering over rocky

Have you ever wanted to learn how to 4x4? Land Rover wants to show you how. (Photo: Land Rover Canada)
crags might seem a bit intimidating at first, Land Rover wants to take the mystery out of this popular motor sport.

Having experienced great success at its Land Rover Experience Driving Schools, one that takes place in and around the Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello, an architecturally spectacular resort on AutoRoute 148 between Ottawa/Gatineau and Montreal Quebec, and the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, the British brand will open a third school at Quail Lodge in Carmel Valley, California in August 2005.

Quail Lodge, by the way, is home to the Pebble Beach Concours, and offers some of the most luxurious accommodations, and best golf available. The Land Rover Experience Driving School is an ideal fit, and the surrounding

Land Rover will offer participants professional off-road instruction so that they'll become more confident behind the wheel. (Photo: Land Rover Canada)
terrain is perfect for off-road excursions.

Land Rover will offer participants professional off-road instruction so that they'll become more confident behind the wheel of their LR3s, Range Rover Sports and Range Rovers. Those with more experience will be offered advanced off-road courses, while those just starting out will be able to learn the basics.

While the terrain at each location varies, all attendees will be taught proper off-road driving techniques such as ascents, descents, rock crawling, winching and vehicle recovery, plus they'll be instructed in the non-profit Tread Lightly program, which has become a global standard to promote environmental conscious behaviour among 4x4 enthusiasts.

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