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CONSULTANCY SERVICE Q&A
Q1: Who would benefit most for a consult?
If you just starting out, and want to build an overland tourer yourself. I’ll steer you clear of the many minefields that await the unwary.
Q2. How does it work?
I offer one-on-one advice and personal guidance as you build your 4WD tourer. I have 40 years experience doing this and my catch phrase is ‘practicality and value for money’.
Q3. What’s it going to cost me?
Nothing. In fact, I can almost guarantee that if you take my advice, you will save a lot of it. No waste. No poor products that will soon need replacing. No chance of being bush-whacked by a salesman in a 4wd store.
Q4. But you are going to charge me. Yes?
Yes. You’ll pay A$350 for a 1 hour consult. 1 hour is normally sufficient for a brief overview for a build or trip. To hire me on a long term build, I might recommend a long-term consult, the fee being A$5000. This is best suited for those who would like on-going guidance as they build their tourer. And again, if you take my advice, you could easily save more than this fee as I direct you to purchase products, organise discounts, and keep you on track with your goals.
Q5. When is Andrew available?
We can arrange a mutually suitable time. Andrew avoids working weekends, but evenings are fine. If he’s travelling, we’ll just arrange a time around that.
Q6. How do I ask more questions before I decide?
Send us an email with a brief (BRIEF!) description of your goals and include where you think you’ll need the most help. Then we will know if the service we provide will be of value to you, and respond accordingly. Use the contact form linked here: https://www.4xoverland.com/aspw-videos/contact/
Q7. What’s the next best alternative to a direct consult?
Then The Overland Workshop is the answer. See the link below for more details.
Lectures, tutorials, insight and inspiration on every aspect of remote expedition travel and off-grid living.
Your lecturers are two of the world’s most experienced overlanders, with a combined 70 years and two million miles of global expedition tracks behind them.
So if you’re looking for the real deal – YOU’VE FOUND IT.