Hagglunds BV 206 is a tracked articulated, all-terrain carrier. It consists of two units, with all four tracks powered. It can carry up to 17 people (6 in the front compartment, 11 in the rear), and the trailer unit can be adapted for different uses.
Originally designed for military use, the BV206 has been decommissioned and units have been purchased by private owners and rented as transports, particularly in Alberta, Canada, to access remote oil wells, as well as cut blocks which need to be reforested by tree planting.
Pioneer provides professional trailering training to students in Alberta regularly though one our training centers located in Athabasca, Bonnyville, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Fort St. John and Grande Prairie. On-site training courses can be booked to suit your schedule and can help to reduce travel costs for larger groups at work-sites.
Training on the BV206 will be a two-day course, with day one consisting of mainly theoretical work and establishing hands on knowledge of how the machine works, followed by the second day of driving the machine in various situations.
Canada’s north country can be challenging and not all of our customers are comfortable on every machine we rent. That's why we provide both in-person and online training on every unit we sell, alongside special safety training that can support our customers no matter what terrain they encounter. Individual online training can be completed at your own pace, or in-person group training can be arranged for a date and location of your convenience.Learn More
Our customers can access hundreds of off-road machines and of course we service, repair and can add special accessories for almost every situation. Sometimes our customers have their own fleet – that’s not a problem – we can service, repair and support their entire fleet from branches across western Canada.Learn More