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Skidpan Driving for Two in Manchester

by Red Letter Days


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Manchester, Greater Manchester:: Try a fun variation on a course that has been specifically designed to train police and ambulance service drivers in the past, with a skid control driving experience for two in Manchester. You will learn driving skills in a skid, and numerous methods of braking and avoiding skids under expert tuition. There is a definite art to skid control and this experience demonstrates dynamic vehicle ABS safety systems. The lesson enables you to push the boundaries of the tyres in order to understand their limitations. Learn to react instinctively to any loss of control with the aid of a fully-adjustable electronic skid cradle, and boost your confidence in poor driving conditions. Availability: At least one weekend date per month and occasional Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the year. Weather: Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions which would make skidpan driving dangerous. Please call the venue before you leave if in any doubt. Duration: Your experience will last for approximately two hours including a briefing, demonstration and around 30 minutes personal driving time. Numbers On Day: There will be up to three participants and a fully qualified ARDS instructor sharing each car. Spectators: Spectators are welcome. There are full cafe/clubhouse facilities on-site. Dress Code: Dress warmly and comfortably and wear flat-soled shoes. Guidelines: Heading south take the M56 and follow signs to the city centre (which becomes the A5103) and turn right onto the elevated A57 (M). At the end, go through two sets of lights turning right onto Every Street. Turn right onto the A662 (Ashton New Road) the stadium is on your left. Southbound, exit M60 at junction 23 onto the A662, the stadium is on the right after the junction with the A6010 (Alan Turing Way) then follow signs to the tennis centre. Restrictions: Minimum height is 4'11'', maximum is 6'6''. Maximum weight is 18 stone. There is no minimum age and you don't need a driving licence, but you MUST have plenty of driving experience. Other Info:

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