4X4 driving course on rough terrain developed by 100Tracks in collaboration with Titi Aur Academy is meant for drivers to understand the true capabilities of an SUV/4X4 vehicle and overcoming personal boundaries while driving off road. Main purpose of this training is to comprehend car’s limitations and capabilities while exploiting it until its breaking point.
The theoretical part of the training is approaching topics that clarify notions about driving on off road terrain and to acquire a higher level of knowledge in the relationship with the vehicle.
Practical and theoretical elements of the training shall be discovered during off road trips made with your personal car, such that, at the end you will be more attracted of this kind of trips.
This course is the result of
100Tracks team experience gathered in more than 20 years within national and international competitions; It is optimised for both people who want to try light mountain roads using their personal SUV/4X4, as well as for people who want to start competing.
This 4X4 driving course has the following benefits:
COURSE LENGTH: 6 HOURS
The courses will take place at Titi Aur Academy. Upon request, training can be held in another location.
|• Team introduction|
|• Training agenda|
|• Emergency situation rules|
|• Training’s purpose|
|• Technical specs. of an 4X4/SUV|
|• Getting ready for off road trip|
|• Controlling an 4X4 vehicle on rough terrain|
|• Rough terrain visibility|
|• Maximum angles approaching techniques|
|• Pilotage techniques|
|• Safety equipment|
|• Off road terrain situations|
|• Frontal impact simulator|
|• 90° and 180° rollover simulator|
|• Right position while driving on rough terrain|
|• Visual cues in rough terrain|
|• Off road navigation using road-book and GPS tracks|
|• Approaching maximum angles on rough terrain|
|• Approaching rough terrain techniques|
|• Recovery techniques for a suspended car|
Lunch break: 12:30 – 13:00 (catering)
Final discussion and diplomas handing:: 16:00 – 16:30
150€ / PERSON
This type of course will be held with a minimum of 20 persons, but no more than 25.