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Military Vehicle Driving - 2 Vehicles eVoucher

Military Vehicle Driving - 2 Vehicles eVoucher

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For the ultimate thrill and a taste of what it may have been like to drive the military vehicles of a number of different national armies, the Military Vehicle Driving experience is the one for you. Decide which vehicles you want to drive and take to the track for this adrenaline packed experience. Choose from:

4 x 4 Bedford MJ Track

The backbone of the British Army. The Bedford truck series served as the basis for a variety of derivatives including fire engines, tippers, flatbed trucks and of course as the powerhouse of military personnel transportation. Ever wanted to know how it feels to drive a truck? Here’s your chance!

BV 206 Hagglund

The vehicle that can literally go anywhere! Used by Her Majesty’s Special Forces, the Hagglund is quite a remarkable ride and really comes into its own on our tracks here at Armourgeddon.

Russian BRDM2

Off to the Eastern battle front. This beast was used to detect chemical weapons by the Russian military. An amphibious armoured patrol car carried a crew of 4: the commander, the gunner, the driver and the co-gunner. Become that driver for a tour around our track.

FV432

The stalwart of our fleet here at Armourgeddon, the FV432 is an armoured personnel carrier mounted with a 40mm air cannon. Most commonly used in the transportation of infantry in the battlefield, the FV432 gives you a real taste of tracked vehicle maneuverings.
Make your choice of vehicle in advance or on the day.

Package Specifications

  • Minimum Age - 17 years
  • Includes FREE museum entry!
  • Duration - Safety briefing, 2 laps in each vehicle (4 laps total), approx 40 mins
  • Availability - Saturdays, Sundays and Selected Wednesdays from April till October. For availability on other days / months please telephone the office
  • Driving Licence - Preferred. Must have the ability to drive a manual transmission vehicle
  • Extra Passengers - maximum of 2 passengers (min age 8yrs) - £20pp All passengers also gain FREE museum entry!
  • Spectators are welcome for a fee of £6pp which also includes museum entry.
  • Maximum Height - 6ft 4' / 193cm
  • Maximum Weight - 22 stone / 140 kg

    * The activity is based on the completion of a set criteria which can vary person to person, hence why timings are approx.

    This activity is weather dependent.

    Terms and Conditions apply.

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5 Most recent customer reviews...
Kris O'Brien

Kris O'Brien

Jul 12, 2018



I loved my driving experience,it was totally awesome. If you are thinking about doing it for yourself, don't wait,do it, it's brilliant! My instructor Richard was so full of knowledge, he was so patient and made me feel really confident. This is something I have wanted to do for a very long time and I am so glad I have now done it. An amazing experience.
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Carole Armstrong

Carole Armstrong

Jul 11, 2018



Awesome 5 star experience will do again in the future
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Roger Gordon-Cumming

Roger Gordon-Cumming

Apr 23, 2018



My son and I both enjoyed our driving experience with you and would like to express our appreciation of the very friendly and good instructor we had and in my case being allowed to climb on and sit in your Ferret armoured car in the museum. It was very different from the Dingo that I had when doing my National Service with the 16th/5th Lancers 62 years ago! The whole experience at Armourgeddon took me back to those good old days. Thanks a lot. Roger and James Gordon-Cumming.
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Andy

Andy

Nov 7, 2017



Brilliant experience. My son and I loved ever minute off it. All staff were amazing. highly recommend them. Will be back
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Amy Witton

Amy Witton

This was an amazing experience. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Absolutely loved it would do it again and recommended it to everyone else.
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