Filed under: Europe
It's not without reason that BMWs
are among the top choices for high-security personnel transport. BMW Security
vehicles - armor-reinforced versions of the standard roadcars we see on the road every day - are known to be both secure and responsive to quick, often life-saving maneuvers. But what good would these vehicles be if their drivers didn't know how to handle them properly?
That's why BMW has a security vehicle training facility in East Germany. Built on the grounds of what was once the largest Cold War air base in Europe, the center is run by advanced driving instructor Klaus Heimerl, who shows chauffeurs and security personnel how to evade any number of potentially threatening situations, from ambushes to roadside bombs. Follow the jump
to watch the video, and head to www.bmw.com/drivertraining
to find out more.
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Video: BMW teaches evasive driving techniques at a Cold War air base
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