Marshall Grant

Marshall Grant has over 18 years' experience in the off-road vehicle training and education industry.

In 2003 Mr. Grant began working for the US National Park Service as a Park Ranger. In 2006 Mr. Grant Came highly recommended to The Land Rover Experience driving school and became a certified Land Rover driving School instructor.

In 2008 Mr. Grant opened his own off-road driving school Blue Ridge Expeditions (BRE). In 2010 Mr. Grant completed ATV Safety Institute (ASI) training and became a Licensed ASI RiderCourseSM Instructor. The Boy Scouts of America used him to direct ATV safety activities at one of three councils in the United States taking part in an ATV pilot program. He would serve as ATV area director and would develop ATV programs for the Boy Scouts of America conforming to ASI ATV RiderCourseSM Standards.

In 2010 Mr. Grant was approached by the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association (ROHVA) to assist in the development of a ROV training program, the ROV Basic DriverCourse. He served as subject matter expert developing curriculum and training standards for both ROHVA DriverCoaches and DriverCoach Trainers.

In addition to BRE Mr. Grant also serves as an expert 4x4 driving instructor for Black Dog Mobility LLC. His role with Black Dog Mobility requires him to constantly evolve as a professional 4x4 educator. The ever changing demand for critical training standards within the U.S. Military also requires Mr. Grant to update, revise, and improve curriculum and training standards to meet mission requirements.

Marshall regularly trains various branches of Special Forces and hi-level security. He also continues to privately train individuals on all current 4x4 vehicles as well as standard and non-standard 4x4s.