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BSR is the premier training specialist in diverse disciplines such as anti-terrorism driving, accident avoidance training, driver proficiency and firearms weapons training. BSR’s training is located at Summit Point Training Center on part of a 755-acre complex in the Shenandoah Valley, 71 driving miles from downtown Washington, DC. The fully functioning Summit Point Training Center integrates three high-speed paved […]

Off Road Rock Crawling is an extreme form of off-road driving which uses vehicles to overcome obstacles. In rock crawling, drivers maneuver four-wheel-drive vehicles such as trucks, Jeeps, and “buggies” over very harsh terrain such as boulders, mountain foothills, rock piles, mountain trails, etc. In this video, you’ll see BSR instructors using trail drive techniques to […]

Many times, when people talk about driving in the mud, they imagine spinning tires and sliding around a bit. While this is certainly fun, it is also risky business. Sliding In The Mud Once your vehicle starts sliding, it won’t stop until it wants to, and you have forfeited all control. Sure, your spins will […]

Gravel is used as a base material in the construction of roads, but for less trafficked roads,the road is often left with a gravel surface. For this reason, drivers should be able to adjust their driving behavior when moving from paved roads to gravel surfaces. In today’s blog, we’ll be going over how to to maintain vehicle control on gravel […]

Off-roading is a great experience and can be fun for everyone involved. However, even the most experienced drivers should brush up on beginner’s tips. Here are some driving tips for every level: Learn your vehicle inside and out. Know the vehicles height and width, understand your minimum ground clearance, and know your four-way drive system Never […]

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