Monster Trucks: The Driving Experience offers YOU the opportunity to drive real, professional monster trucks. Because our driving experiences are unlike any other on the market, it is crucial that you read and review the following Rules & Regulations to keep you, our staff, and our equipment safe.
Section 1 – Facilities and Operation
- Our facility is kept and maintained with extremely high standards. Please do not treat any of our property or equipment in a manner that would be counter-productive to our efforts.
- All drivers and their spectators must remain with a member of our staff while at the facility. Please do not go off on your own. If you’d like to look around the garage or track, a member of our team would be glad to show you around.
- All drivers and spectators should act with appropriate behavior while on site. Be respectful to our staff and make the most of your experience.
Section 2 – Driver Code of Conduct
- Driver should be mindful of their surroundings at all times.
- If you do not like something, or feel unsafe at any time, bring the truck to a complete stop, shut it off, and tell your instructor via on-board radio.
- Do not perform any tricks, stunts or maneuvers unless specifically told to do so by your instructor. “Freelancing” as we call it, is strictly prohibited and failure to comply may result in termination of the remainder of your session without a refund.
- Listen to your instructor at all times. If you miss a communication, stop the truck and ask your instructor to repeat them self.
- If you cannot hear your instructor or you feel that your on-board radio is not functioning, stop the truck, shut it off, and try a radio test. If you still cannot hear, hold both hands out of the sides of the truck and officials will come to assist you.
- Respect all boundaries of the track. If you get close to a boundary, get off the throttle and idle yourself towards the inside of the track, away from the boundary.
- If you get too close to a boundary or are continually heading towards the outside of the track, officials will shut the truck off remotely.
- DO NOT EVER start the monster truck after you have been shut off remotely unless told to do so.
- In the highly unlikely event the truck should roll-over or become stuck in an unstable position, DO NOT UNSTRAP YOUR HARNESS OR GET OUT OF THE TRUCK unless instructed to do so. Officials and our safety team will come to you.
- Driver is expected to respect our equipment. Do not try to push the monster trucks past their limit in an attempt to show-off.
- Negligent driving will be called out via your on-board radio. If it continues, you will be brought back to the garage and have your session ended without a refund.
- Drivers are required to wear their safety gear at all times while driving the monster truck.
Section 3 – Spectator Code of Conduct
- Spectators are required to stay in designated viewing area. Do not roam around the premises while a driving experience is happening.
- Do not bother or distract the instructors while they are on the radio with drivers.
- Do not enter the track or go near the monster trucks at any time unless granted permission by a member of our staff.
Section 4 – General Rules
- Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled experience, in most cases 7:45am.
- Have a form of payment ready to pay the balance of your experience costs.
- Drivers and spectators are required to participate in a 15-20 minute safety briefing before the experience begins.
- Valid Identification must be shown during your check-in.
- Any person who does not sign safety waivers and release forms will not be allowed to drive or spectate during the driving experience.
- Monster Trucks: The Driving Experience reserves the right to ask an individual to leave if their conduct or behavior exhibits the presence of alcohol or illegal drugs.