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Introduction to 4WDriving Course

2/6 Daniel Drive, Carrum Downs, Victoria, 3201
Tour operated by: PNL 4WDriving

The one day Introduction to 4WDriving Course introduces you to PNL and 4WDriving. The course includes specialised driving techniques, instruction on obstacles and bush driving with ample practice, theory and a great experience.

PNL 4WDriving give you the opportunity to ask questions and learning is held in an easy going and informative environment. The courses are designed to give you the maximum knowledge for the course taken with the maximum enjoyment in the process.

Come and learn to drive your Four Wheel Drive in a safe and environmentally friendly way with PNL 4WDriving.

Gain confidence in your abilities and those of your vehicle, to enable you to take your vehicle to places you really want to visit with safety and skill. PNL 4WDriving is a Registered Training Organisation that can issue Statement of Attainments.

PNL 4WDriving is oriented towards professional four wheel drivers who understand regular training is required to keep skills current, novice four wheel drivers who wish to get more out of their recreation and learner four wheel drivers who have purchased a 4WDrive and require an insight and knowledge as well as four wheel drive owners and enthusiasts who wish to prove their skills and knowledge or who just enjoy driving and the great outdoors.

The aim of PNL 4WDriving courses is to teach drivers to safely handle the vehicle by avoiding dangerous situations that may cause damage to the environment, the 4WDrive and the 4WDrives' occupants.

Courses available include basic, intermediate, advanced, 4WDrive Instructor and Certificate IV Assessment and Training and Private and Corporate.

All tours are done in a bush setting and access is not restrictive.

Membership:
  • Australian Tourism Export Council
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • The Ecotourism Association of Australia
  • Visitor Information Centre
2/6 Daniel Drive, Carrum Downs, Victoria, 3201

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