Can You Drive a Monster Jam Truck?

If you are a fan of Monster Jam, you know that the trucks featured in these events are massive. They stand at nearly 10 feet tall, weigh in at 10,000 pounds and come equipped with 1,500 horsepower engines.

The Monster Jam trucks aren’t just made for show either. They are built to perform stunts and tricks like wheelies and back flips. So if you’re wondering if you can drive one of these behemoths, the answer is yes!

However, it’s not as simple as just hopping in the driver seat and going for a spin. To be able to drive a Monster Jam truck, you’ll need to obtain an official racing license issued by the Monster Jam organization.

To get your license, you’ll need to complete several steps. You must be 18 years or older to apply for a racing license. You must also have a valid driver’s license and pass a physical examination.

Once you have your racing license in hand, there are some additional requirements that must be met before driving one of these monster trucks. All drivers must attend an official Monster Jam driving school where they will learn the basics of controlling such large vehicles.

How Much Does It Cost To Drive A Monster Jam Truck?

The cost to obtain your racing license isn’t cheap. It can range anywhere from $2,000-$6,000 depending on the region and type of truck you are interested in driving. After that, it will cost around $400-$600 per day to practice or compete in an event.

Can Anyone Drive A Monster Jam Truck?

In short, no–not everyone can drive a Monster Jam truck. If you want to get behind the wheel of one of these monster machines then it takes dedication and hard work to obtain your racing license as well as having access to funds for training costs.


In conclusion, it is possible for anyone over 18 years old who has a valid driver’s licence and is willing to put in the effort and money necessary can drive a Monster Jam truck with an official racing licence from the Monster Jam organisation. However due to the cost involved it may not be feasible for everyone who wishes they could drive one of these amazing machines.

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Stephen Dunn