Under 17s Off-Road Driving

Challenge the teens to some under 17s off-road driving! Test their mettle with  off-road experiences just for those under 17 years of age. These sessions give your teens the chance to get behind the wheel of a 4×4 and take on the rugged terrain.

The beauty of these experiences is that they are really flexible. We are offering 30 and 60-minute sessions. What’s more Mum or Dad can ride as a passenger. Mind you it might be a good idea to check that your fledging off-road drivers don’t actually mind you being there with them though – as sometimes we all know there’s nothing worse than a back-seat driver!

The cars used for the off-road experiences are suitably adapted for under 17s. They are all dual-control so there’ll be no going out of control. The fleet is made up of Land Rover Defenders and Mercedes X-Class vehicles both of which look really cool and are really cool to drive – especially when you hit the off-road terrain.

As for where these lessons take place we’ve got a selection of venues across the UK. Each one boasts an all-terrain off-road course which might be anything from rutted woodland paths weaving in and out of the trees to slippery bogs and plenty of mud!

The backdrops for each venue are different too. Your youngsters might be in the wilds with thousands of acres of fields all around exploring the grounds of a posh manor house taking in properly muddy farmland trails or adventuring around a fancy country estate. All are really really good fun and of course well away from public roads.

You’ll need to be 11 or over and under 17 for these off-road driving experiences. There’s absolutely no need to have any previous driving experience as that is all part of the training to get to grips with the basics of driving. Drivers just need to be tall enough to see over the steering wheel which means at least 1.42m tall. If they’re young enough and tall enough they can off-road!

Find out more and book your place today!

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