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Advanced training

Are you an experienced and confident driver in everyday traffic conditions? Then this Advanced training is just right for you, as well as for all younger drivers. During the course, you will learn to drive in a more controlled, assured manner, deriving a great deal of pleasure at the same time. Critical situations can arise at any time, making it especially important to keep a cool head at the wheel.

The key theoretical and practical elements for improving your control of the vehicle will be taught to you in our one-day training course set against the impressive backdrop of the Austrian Alps.

On a specially prepared frozen surface, our instructors will use exciting and dynamic exercises to show you how to drive correctly at the vehicle’s limits.

You also have the opportunity to improve your driving skills in this winter season on the irrigated dynamic area at the Audi driving experience center in Neuburg an der Donau.

Our Advanced training equips you with valuable knowledge for appraising risks correctly, recognising dangers early on and reacting correctly in hazardous situations. As a result, you will be optimally prepared to overcome any challenges you may face in the future.

All information about the winter training 2021
Training programme e.g.
Steering slalom
ABS emergency braking
Evasive manoeuvres
Handling course
Training vehicle
Audi RS 4 Avant
Training duration
1/2 training day (single occupation)
€ 490,- (including statutory value added tax)
Young drivers (up to age 25)
€ 295,- (including statutory value added tax)
Dates Neuburg a.d. Donau
06.03.2021 (in the morning, fully booked)
06.03.2021 (in the afternoon, fully booked)
27.03.2021 (in the morning, fully booked)
27.03.2021 (in the afternoon, fully booked)
24.04.2021 (in the morning, fully booked)

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    Audi RS 4 Avant
Fuel consumption/emissions figures*:
Audi RS 4 Avant: Fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 9,2; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 211–210