Drive 08 New Venue..
Hire a limo to get around to seeing all of your family at the busy Easter time, and have a cool place to store chocolate or other food you need to bringIf you are a professional driver or chauffer, make sure you visit world’s first chauffeur drive show - Drive ’08, The Professional Drive Event (April 20 and 21) at Farnborough FIVE in Hampshire. Sunday the 20th will be open to chauffeurs and their families and Monday, the 21st, is dedicated to the trade. As a professional driver, you will have the unique opportunity to drive a collection of the world’s best executive/chauffeur cars and compare and contrast their merits.
Farnborough is approximately a forty minute drive from either London Heathrow or Gatwick airports. Parking will be provided, however an extra cost may be incurred for visitors who have not pre-registered. For those wishing to stay overnight, please contact ‘Event Express’, who in association with the organisers of Chauffeur Drive 08, have negotiated special discounted rates for exhibitors, visitors and attendees at a wide range of well located hotels.
The newly completed Farnborough FIVE will house an extensive array of car and limousine manufacturers, operators, chauffeur drive firms, used vehicles and after sales businesses. The exhibition will be complemented by a broad range of seminars – run over both days - in purpose built conference rooms. The entirely new state-of-the-art facility offers full air conditioning and will create a clean, professional environment to display vehicles and products to their best advantage.
The new venue has also allowed Drive’08 to create a drive experience either a six or nine kilometre limo chauffer circuit, which will include a wide variety of road conditions as well as high speed acceleration and braking and chicane handling areas. The driving will be managed by Brandscape, the leading UK driving experience company. All visitors who intend to drive the vehicles on the designated routes are required to be 25 years of age or over. Proof of identification and driving licence (both parts) will be required for insurance purposes.