Vehicle Defense (CIV)

The aim of the course is to make you more situationally aware and to provide you with workable avoidance and response procedures, and to emphasize to you, how crucial your own mindset is, in avoiding, reacting to and managing, these types of incidents.

Whether they occur in your drive-way, a supermarket car-park or driving on a public road – you still require workable and functional “options” of response. How you respond to these incidents is dependent upon so many environmental factors – no two incidents will be the same.

Simply assuming you will be able to drive through or reverse out of an incident, will leave you completely unprepared for the chaos, fear, confusion and violence that these types of incidents can result in.

Please contact us directly to discuss your preferred dates and training location.


course description

Here’s some questions for you…

Q1. If a hostile crowd has surrounded your vehicle and you cannot drive through/reverse out…would you know what to do…?

Q2. If you’re stuck on the freeway, unable to go anywhere and you are the victim of a violent road rage attack…would you know what to do?

Q3. If you are loading your groceries in to your car, at the supermarket and an attempt is made to carjack your vehicle…would you know what to do?

If the answer to all three questions is “Yes…yes I would…” then now ask yourself those same questions, with the added responsibility of having children, parents or friends in the car with you – that changes things a little doesn’t it?

The course is designed to inform you of both avoidance (preventative) and response (remedial) options to them, in order to provide you with a baseline of flexible “options” of how to manage them.

The course consists of classroom-based, informative learning and case-study discussions, scenario-based judgement training and live fire exercises. We specifically concentrate on the following three types of incidents:

> Carjacking
> Road Rage Incidents
> Demonstrators/Protestors surrounding your vehicle

Course Requirements

As part of Go Noisy’s due diligence, accountability and personal liability process, you will be required to have a valid CCW license, in order to attend the course.

Terms and conditions apply:

Please also note the following:

> A minimum of 6 participants are required for this course to run effectively.
> The course is capped at 12 participants.

PLEASE NOTE – The recording or filming of any part of this training is prohibited.

DISCLAIMER: Go Noisy reserve the right to refuse entry on the course to anyone who, we believe, is not acting in an honest and transparent manner. Furthermore, Go Noisy do not accept liability for what any individual may do with the firearms training they have received, once the course has ended and all course participants will be required to sign a firearms waiver, on arrival. Furthermore, Go Noisy also reserve the right to remove any individual(s) from the range, at any time, due to safety/competency concerns.

Materials Needed


> Firearms, if any, will be determined by what you, yourself, conceal carry with, when you are in your vehicle.

> You will be required to bring the following quantities of ammunition:

  • 100 pistol rounds


> Clothing will be role-specific to you (e.g. normal daily attire).

> The course is conducted from a concealed carry/EDC platform.

> As a guide ONLY:

  • Jeans/robust trousers.
  • Trainers/shoes/non-military boots.
  • T-shirts/Shirts
  • A sturdy belt

Please avoid wearing expensive clothing on the range as there is a risk of it being ripped, torn and/or damaged.

Absolutely no short-shorts, daisy-dukes, boob tubes, flip-flops or leisure wear on the range please.


> Equipment will be role-specific to your own specific, everyday carry (EDC) preferences and/or, where you carry your firearm within your vehicle.

> As a guide ONLY:

  • Pistol holster
  • Pistol magazine holders (double)
  • Eye protection
  • Ear protection

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