Tickets? Camping? Parking? Your truck show queries answered!

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the deal with camping for the weekend at Donington Park for Convoy in the Park?
What will happen if any of the events I have booked for get cancelled?
If I book in my truck do I get a ticket included, or do I have to pay more?
Why aren't Senior Citizen tickets for Convoy in the Park available online?
What if I carried my ticket over from the 2020 shows?
Is there a programme?
Is there food and drink on offer at Convoy shows, or can I bring my own?
Where is Pembrey Circuit, home of Convoy Cymru?
Where is Thruxton Circuit, home of Convoy on the Plain?
Where is Donington Park, home of Convoy in the Park?
Is there disabled access at the Convoy events?
What time can I bring my truck to the Convoy shows?
What time do the Convoy shows open to visitors?
Can we bring the kids?
Are dogs allowed?
Can we bring balloons?
Once parked up, can I move my show truck?
Are caravans and/or cars allowed in the show truck parking area?
Any rules about engines running?
What about air horns? Can we use them?
And what happens if vehicles get damaged?
What if it rains?
Apart from trucks, what can we expect to see?
Who runs the Convoy Truck Shows?
Should I go to one of the events, two or all three?
Anything else we should know?
What if I'm diagnosed with COVID-19 in the run up to a show?

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