Learn to drive off-road at the country’s No 1 Centre
David Bowyer’s Off-Road Driving Centre was the first of its kind when it opened in 1986. And since then, David and his team of experienced instructors have taught more than 9,000 drivers, including the police and other emergency services. The course is around one and a half miles in length, laid out on 10 acres and carefully designed to include rocky hillside, muddy hollows and deep water. This allows for instruction on steep ascents and descents, side slopes, deep water and mud, rocky terrain, ditches, gullies, rutted areas and so on.