Drive to Survive

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MBI Publishing, 1998 - Education - 128 pages
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In the last 15 years, new crimes have littered the headlines and nightly news with terms like drive-by shooting, carkjacking, and "road rage". In this new book, combat veteran, self-defense national SCCA auto racing champion Curt Rich offers an arsenal of defensive combat survival and race-car driving techniques applicable to everyday motorists who are increasingly finding themselves in life-threatening situations.

What should the driver do if he or she is being followed, harassed, shot at, carjacked, or kidnapped? How can the motorist maximize braking, comer quickly, and use his or her car as a weapon? Also explained are evasive driving techniques like the bootlegger hairpin, J-turns, and running an assailant off the road. Fifty black-and-white illustrations detail the tactics described.

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User Review  - Leighann Blackwelder - Goodreads

A good driving handbook although the author is a bit overboard. I learned some very good practical techniques. Read full review

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