Little adventurers can get behind the wheel in this colourful convoy of trucks!
FUN FACT: Tiny Truckers originally opened in 1993 under the name ToyTown Truckers
Adventurers under 1.1m tall must be accompanied by an adult aged 16 or over. Accompanying adults must sit in the same truck.
Each truck accommodates up to 4 Adventurers – a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children per truck. 5 Adventurers may ride in a truck if there is a baby or toddler sat on an adult's lap in the back section of the truck, and the chain can still be securely fastened across all Adventurers.
For safety reasons, Adventurers must be properly secured in the ride seat. This means this ride may not be suitable for Adventurers with torso measurements approaching 51 inches.
Not suitable for expectant mothers.
Not suitable for Adventurers with heart conditions, high blood pressure, back problems, or neck problems.
All prosthetic limbs must be secured to the guest’s body or removed before boarding any ride.
Non - Ambulant & Wheelchair Access
This ride is suitable for non-ambulant riders, you must be able to transfer into the ride seat with assistance from carer
Guests with amputations are permitted to ride with or without prosthetics
You must have full upper body strength including head and neck control and be able to brace against the forces.
Guests using a wheelchair must be able to transfer into the ride vehicle without assistance
If seated in the rear of the truck a carer can assit with being able to sit up and hold themselves upright without assistance from a carer for the duration of the ride
There are no limitations on the number of prosthetics but all other ride restrictions must be met
Non ambulant Guests are permitted.
Guest must be able to exit the truck with support
May need to wait till last for evacuation to be complete
Missing Limb or Amputation Information
Guests with any combination of amputation, limb difference or prosthesis can experience this attraction
Accessibility and Limb Difference Guides
A full list of restrictions are detailed in the Accessibility Guide and Limb Difference Guides below.
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