You may not be able to drive yet but that doesn't mean you can't get behind the wheel of the UK's most prestigious supercar brand, Aston Martin. The stunning looks, glorious engine note and entertaining drive all add up to create a car that must be driven and if this is your first taste of driving, there is no better place to start.
Your experience will begin with a welcome, introduction and safety briefing. Then you will move onto the moment you have been waiting for, ten thrilling minutes behind the wheel of an Aston Martin. The type of Aston Martin used depends on the location but will typically be a Aston Martin V8 Vantage or DB9.
NB: at some locations you may also receive 10 minutes learning driving techniques in a performance vehicle with an instructor. Check on time of booking.
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 takes place on selected dates, from March to November.
How long does this activity last?
This experience will last for approximately 1 hour.
You need to know
You must be aged between 12 and 16 years, an adult must be present throughout.
There are no fitness restrictions for this activity however it may not be suitable for those who suffer from epilepsy or any mental or physical disability.
You must be at least 5ft to participate in this activity. All parents/guardians will have to sign an indemnity form on behalf of the child.
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?
Driving is on a one to one basis but the car is shared with other voucher holders on the day.
Family and friends
You're welcome to bring family and friends along to watch.
We can’t control the weather!
This activity is dependent on appropriate weather conditions.