Drive well, go further

Develop your skills, improve your capability

Whatever your purpose in training with OEX, our curriculum is designed to teach you both the science and the art of off-road driving in three core areas: Driving, Recovery, and Repair

For over twenty-years, Overland Experts has taught drivers worldwide how to confidently and effectively drive, recover, and repair their vehicles in off-road environments. Though our curriculum has evolved and advanced, our core time and trail-tested approach will always stay the same. It is this and our linear training structure that leads to mastery.

Do you use 4WD vehicles at work?

Do you drive off-road vehicles for a living? Are you looking to boost your team's efficiently? Check out out Industrial/military training pages and see how OEX can help your organization.

I only wish I had done something like this class many years ago. Now I get why I’ve run into various issues over the years not having what I felt should have been better traction – I just didn’t know how to use what I already had. So many paths over the decades I’ve wanted to take in y 4wds but didn’t because I lacked the confidence and knowledge. Working to change that through these courses.

Scott B.

Meet the trainers

Ted Dinwiddie
Ted is an instructor based at the Virginia facility. He has a long tenure with OEX, training all branches of the US military at our facilities and on location around the country.
John Brady
Retired from the US military as an instructor, John brings his passion for teaching and skills as a vehicle fabricator to OEX. He can be found at the Norh Carolina facility.
Tony Cerruto
Tony is the Director of Training and Military Contracts. He is based in North Carolina and frequently trains out west at our Utah location.
Steve Beasley
A military veteran, Steve brings his experience as a driver, mechanic and EMT to his training in North Carolina, where he is based.