The Activity People » Skid Pan Driving venues Near Thetford » Skid Pan Driving Honington, Suffolk

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Skid control courses are not only a great way to improve your skill at the wheel, they’re also seriously good fun, and over the course of this exhilarating half day experience you’ll learn how to control even the most severe skids and slides. Your day starts with a full safety briefing, followed by a demonstration from a fully qualified instructor. Then, the moment you’ve been waiting for as you’re given the chance to take the wheel and correct the slides yourself! Using a combination of steering technique and emergency braking you’ll learn how to control both front and rear wheel cars, and at the end of your experience you’ll receive a certificate to mark your achievements.

Important information:

Please bring photo ID with you - passport or driving licence. Please don't forget this as you will not be allowed in without it!

You should wear comfortable casual clothes and sensible driving footwear.

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Venue Details

Based at RAF Honington, this dedicated driving centre is the perfect place to take your skills at the wheel to the next level. Boasting a specially designed low grip skid pan surface, there’s nowhere better to master the tricky technique of skid control, and thanks to the team of experienced instructors you’ll quickly get to grips with all the essentials.

Venue Ref: 520217-229


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  • Toilets
  • Spectators welcome

Location Details

RAF Honington is located between Thetford and Bury St Edmunds and easily accessed off the A134. Full maps and directions are provided on completion of booking.


  • From the start the day was both fun and educational, and when I drove the cars and could actually take control in and out of skids, I felt a great deal of satisfaction and achievement. Thank you to everyone involved.

    Joy Barker-Wallis