This ride works well with other offerings from our stable of entertainment including rides, games and fairground attractions;
You can have us propose a complete package for your needs when a range of fairground attractions are required, be it a company fun day, corporate event, a birthday party or you simply want to hire dodgems for a wedding.
Why not enjoy the event yourself
comrade and leave the planning and stress to our team.
WHERE CAN I HIRE DODGEMS NEAR ME;
All types and sizes of dodgem tracks can be provided anywhere in the U.K.
WHAT IS A BEST A TRADITIONAL OR A MODERN TRACK;
The ride experience is identical, so it all comes down to whether you want a modern glitzy look, or something more traditional. Additionally access restrictions may stop the larger continental track being used.
CAN WE USE BUMPER CARS IN THE RAIN;
As long as the track come with a top cover to allow use in inclement weather. All of ours do!
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DODGEM CAR HIRE AND BUMPER CAR HIRE;
Absolutely nothing, they are two names for the same ride, bumper cars tends to be used more in the North East.
WHAT IS DODGEMS HIRE COST;
It depends on the type of track, where and when you require the ride, expect to pay between £1700 and £2500
I HAVE BEEN OFFERED THEM FOR £1500 WHY SHOULDN'T I HIRE THAT RIDE;
Like most things in like, when it seems too good to be true, it usually is!
Fun Facts About Ride Hire.
The first patented ride was in December 1920, by the Dodgem Company.
Made of tin, the first cars had to be hammered back together between rides due to their flimsiness.
The Ride Originally was meant to have the drivers avoid hitting each other, not crashing.
The original cars were pretty much unsteerable.
Graphite is spread on the dodgem track to decrease friction.
Currently the largest track is in Six Flags park in America, it is 51ft 9 inches wide by 124 ft 9 inches long.
In America, the two major brands were traditionally Dodgem and Auto Skooter.
On the traditional U.K. bumper car rides, the floor supplies one polarity of the D.C. power, the roof the other.
U.K. tracks run on 110v Direct Current power.
In parts of the UK the ride is known as bumper cars.