Skidpan Driving in Scotland
A brilliant Experience in Dunfermline, Fife.
Controlling a skid can be an incredibly useful skill if it avoids major accidents and saves lives. Experience the merits of skid control at the Knockhill circuit. This driving day teaches you about the loss of control of your vehicle, complete with the experience of driving on ice and aquaplaning on overly wet road surfaces. The experts at Knockhill create skid pans on a non-toxic chemical surface over the tarmac to simulate these effects. As well as having adrenaline-fuelled fun, your driving confidence is likely to be significantly enhanced as a result of your visit to Knockhill.
The weather should not affect this experience, but any cancellations are for your own safety. Please call the venue if in any doubt.
Your experience will last for around two hours including briefing, tuition, driving time and a debrief. Arrival is vital at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time.
There are a maximum of six people taking part. Each car will be shared by three participants.
Spectators are welcome and there is shelter available if the weather is bad.
Dress comfortably and wear flat-soled shoes (old footwear is recommended, as may get oil or suds from the skidpan on them).
A full British or international manual driving licence must be produced on the day in order to participate.
You will be driving both front and rear wheel drive vehicles. When booking expect to be offered the choice of buying a collision damage waiver at £20 to £40 additional charge. Please note there is no obligation to purchase this optional waiver.