PARTNERING FOR SAFETY
Both on and off our roads
MSA 4X4 says it is committed to the safety of its customers and that from its rigorous crash testing to its ADR compliancy, it is confident its products are as safe as they can be.
With the introduction of its new MSA 4X4 Towing Mirrors, MSA 4×4 has taken the next step and partnered with Driver Training Course Providers to help properly equip customers with the knowledge and skills to safely tow their caravans, camper trailers, boats and trailers.
Included with every MSA 4X4 Towing Mirror is a mirror hanger, which includes a special offer of 10 percent off driver training courses from participating providers. You can visit www.msa4x4.com.au/drivertraining for more information.
“This is a great initiative to provide even more incentive for people to consider driver training courses to gain critical knowledge and experience for when towing,” The Australian Offroad Academy Founder, Director and Principal Instructor, Dave ‘Dingo’ Darmody, said.
“Whilst the courses will help with towing-specific information, additional topics we cover include ‘Outback Rules of the Road,’ and basic road-sharing tips which all contribute to helping to improve the safety and experience of all road users.”
Vic Widman from long established 4WD training organisation Great Divide Tours applauded MSA’s approach to assist people with driver training.
“Being part of this initiative was a no brainer – more and more people are getting into the 4WD travel field, especially as our population grows older and as our young families realise there are huge benefits to doing the Big Lap with the family,” Vic said.
“But driving a four wheel drive and towing an off road trailer or van, does require a whole new set of driving skills. With over 30 years of training and tagalong tour experience under our belt and what many consider the best 4WD training centre in Australia, Great Divide Tours is more than happy to be part of this fantastic initiative”.
“This initiative ties in perfectly with who we are here at MSA 4X4,” MSA 4×4 Director, Shane Miles, said.
“Safety is at the forefront of what we do. If I wouldn’t install a product into my vehicle with my family in it, then I don’t expect our customers to either.
“MSA 4X4 customers invest in quality products for their vehicles and when it comes to towing, we believe that an investment in the skills to safely tow is priceless for all road users and our families. If this initiative saves one accident, then it’s been worthwhile”
MSA 4×4 states it is working hard to be able to offer participating driver training courses right around Australia, so if you are a provider or can recommend a provider who may be interested in joining in this initiative, please contact MSA 4X4 via www.msa4x4.com.au or firstname.lastname@example.org