This is a very popular sport in the US and now it's becoming ever more popular worldwide. A monster truck is typically styled on pickup trucks, in this case a Toyota Hi-Lux. It has been modified or purposely built with extremely large wheels and suspension. If you aren't skilled in off roading, don't worry as you'll learn all the tricks in a stacked-up jeep and fully caged Land Rover Defender 90 before tackling the monster truck, 'Black Ice'. This Euro-Spec monster truck may not be as huge as an American version but the power of 'Black Ice' is still just as mad!
This experience gives you the chance to drive three different vehicles. Your session will begin with a safety briefing and an introduction to the vehicles you are going to drive. In your group of three, you will take it in turns to drive the stacked up Jeep and the fully caged Land Rover Defender 90 before going onto 'Black Ice'. The environment in which you drive is challenging and is guaranteed to give you some memorable action.
The person driving the car will be required to sign a disclaimer accepting liability in the event of damage to the vehicle. The driver will be given an option to purchase damage waiver cover when booking to minimise their financial exposure should there be an accident. Drivers are under no obligation to purchase this optional waiver. Full details are available at the time of booking.
When can you go?
This experience is available on selected dates, throughout the year.
How long does this activity last?
This experience will last approximately 2 hours.
You need to know
The minimum age is 17 years.
Participants who are over two metres tall or over 20 stone in weight may not be able to do this experience. Please check on booking.
You must be able to drive a manual car, however you do not need a drivers licence.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
You and how many others?
There will be a maximum of 3 people per group.
Family and friends
Up to two spectators per participant are welcome to attend. Please note that there are no indoor viewing areas, and spectators follow the event from course to course.