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Land Rover Experiences

The ACO 4x4 Construction Challenge will be held at Land Rover's nine new 'Experience' centres now opening across the UK.

Each of these specially constructed facilities is designed to create the perfect environment to test both off-road vehicle and driver and are based on the original Land Rover vehicle test centre at Gaydon in Warwickshire.

The challenges will be designed and set by Land Rover's own specialist offroad competition design team - the same team responsible for past epic challenges such as the Land Rover Camel Trophy event.

While safety is always top of mind at the events, teams and vehicles will be pushed to their limits - only the brave and fittest need apply.

Land Rover has invested huge amounts in its 'Experience Network' to give existing and potential users an environment in which to use their highperformance vehicles as they were actually designed to be used.

Certainly Land Rover has a huge heritage with the construction industry and anyone working with 4x4 vehicles on construction sites will no doubt benefit from the tuition offer at the Experience.

The firm hopes that by backing the ACO 4x4 Construction Challenge more companies will be convinced that Land Rover is the logical choice for the UK's site vehicles. The challenge is your chance to find out!

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