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Send your would-be teen stunt driver out on the track and watch as they perform unimaginable tricks in a car! Kids will absolutely love the chance to have a go at stunt driving, all under the watchful eye and careful instruction of some of the country's best auto test drivers.
We are offering three different classes at this stunt school for kids. The Rookie, the Cadet and the Elite sessions are open to all children, with the only proviso being that they are at least 1m30 tall and no younger than 13 years old.
Of course, they're not expected to have any driving experience at all, but the guys and girls who run the show assure us that those with very little or no time at the wheel often make the best stunt drivers as it's actually quite difficult to un-learn all those skills learned to get your driving licence and be taught some rather more daring moves.
Indeed, when the Moffat Brothers (the chief instructors here) park their cars, it's parallel parking, but not as you know it. They swing in and screech to a halt in one very swift move. If your teen tries that on their driving test we're not sure they'd pass, but it does look very slick.
Getting to grips with this altogether more cool way of parking up is included in the Cadet and Elite junior stunt package drives. The Rookie experience gives little ones the chance to learn the every important element of clutch control, then master the 360 donut, whilst the Cadet bolts on handbrake turns and that parking technique to the donuts.
The ultimate class for your wannabe stunt drivers to maximise their free styling exploits is the Elite. As well as all the above feats, the experience includes a stunt routine and seeing the world sideways as they attempt to drive a mini on two wheels. This exploit involves driving up a ramp to 'flip' the car onto two wheels and then being pretty nifty with the steering to keep it there (but don't fret mum and dad, there are 'stabilisers' fitted to the car along with dual controls and an engine kill switch too).
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