Take the wheel of a 45ft HGV transporter truck for thrilling track day with a difference! Available at multiple locations, this is a driving experience not to be missed!
- Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
Ever wondered what it would feel like to drive one of those enormous trucks you see speeding along the motorway? Well here's your chance to find out! This HGV driving experience gives you the opportunity to climb into the driver's seat of an automatic 45 foot 2010 Volvo FH460 transporter truck and take part in a series of skills-based challenges. With a range of tracks to choose from, this is an experience not to be passed by.Your lorry driving experience will begin upon arrival at your chosen circuit where you'll be greeted by the team. After heading out on to the track, you'll be given a safety briefing and an introduction to the massive beast of a truck you'll soon be driving. Then the fun can really begin. With guidance from your expert instructor, you'll take the wheel of the truck and tackle a range of tricky challenges, designed to test your skills. As if the slalom itself isn't hard enough, you'll also have to prove your parking skills with a reverse parking challenge...will you hold your nerve? Your experience will draw to a close with the presentation of a score card to take home as a memento.
The perfect experience gift for anyone who has always dreamed of driving an HGV or those who like a challenge, this transporter truck driving lesson is sure to test your driving abilities like no other.
This Transporter Truck Driving Experience will be held on selected weekend dates throughout the year - usually around once per month.
Blyton Park requires a £10 upgrade fee for weekend bookings, paid directly to the track when making a reservation.
Castle Combe, Lydden Hill and Dunsfold Park require an additional £25 upgrade fee which is to be paid directly to the track when making a reservation.
Additional laps and passenger rides may be available as upgrades on the day (subject to availability) - these will start at £39.00 per car (3 laps).
16th February 2018
17th February 2018
18th February 2018
25th November 2017
26th November 2017
*No current dates
Blyton Park, Lincolnshire.
4th April 2018
5th April 2018
26th January 2018
27th January 2018
28th January 2018
Lydden Hill, Kent
23rd February 2018
24th February 2018
2nd December 2017
3rd December 2017
9th March 2018
10th March 2018
11th March 2018
10th August 2018
11th August 2018
13th April 2018
14th April 2018
17th July 2018
Further dates are released once the earlier slots have been filled.
*Dates are updated regularly but availability is subject to change - if you'd like to check a date prior to redemption, please contact our customer service team.
Minimum Age: 16 years
Participants do not need to hold a full drivers licence, however, you will be required to produce photographic ID upon arrival.
All instructors are ARDS qualified and DBS Police Checked.
An optional damage waiver will be available to purchase on the
day for just £25. This will insure you against damage excess
fees of up to £5,000 in the unlikely case of an
Experience Duration: 00:20
Time at Venue: 01:30
This HGV transporter truck experience will last for approximately 90 minutes in total, with around 20 minutes driving time behind the wheel.
Participants: The Transporter Truck Driving Experience is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: -1
Spectators Allowed on Site: Yes
This experience will be based on individual tuition between the participant and their expert instructor.
Spectators are welcome to come along to the track on the day, and take photos if they so wish.
Hot and cold refreshments are also available.
Please dress according to the weather, and ensure that you are wearing sensible, closed-toe driving shoes.
This transporter truck driving experience will go ahead in almost all weather conditions.
Should extremely icy or snowy conditions prevent the session from going ahead, you will simply be re-scheduled for an alternative date.
There is no maximum age limit but your father will need to be able to get in and out of the truck without much assistance. As long as he will be able to do this, he should be fine to take part in the experience.