HomeMotoring UKThe London Motor & Tech Show – Cars and So Much More! Jayne Henry May 9, 2019 Motoring UK, Recent Number Plate News London Motor Show Begins – SpeedyReg Motor Shows don’t get much more thrilling and family friendly than this. A show that really is a great day out that everyone can enjoy. From the 16th to 19th May, get down to London ExCel and see for yourself. The show this year is held in three massive halls, making it one motor show that the weather can’t put a damper on! So much to see and do There’s a Live Arena, the Live Stage and more than 20 thousands square meters of expo space. Of course there are plenty of cars to see. The latest models and technology will be on display, if you’re in the market for a new car, experts will be on hand for any questions you may have and you can get a good look inside and out. There will also be some stunning supercars on show. You can take a closer look at these in the paddock, then watch them in action in the Live Arena. The Live Arena will also host some fantastic stunt driving that’s definitely not to be missed. Everyone loves a monster truck, and these are back for 2019 in style with massive modified vehicles and American trucks. Fun for kids – and big kids For the little ones there’s a great kids zone with activities and competitions that will keep them well occupied. For the adults, the Live Stage is a must-visit. There’s a good chance you’ll get to see some celebs here, from racing drivers to TV stars and industry experts. There will be demonstrations, Q&A sessions and various workshops, it’s bound to be fascinating. Confirmed guests so far include Fuzz Townshend, Tiff Needell, Mike Brewer, Tim Shaw and Mike Rutherford. New for 2019 – if you’re brave enough! For the first time ever, the London Motor Show welcomes Caterham cars offering drift passenger rides for those brave enough to give it a go. If you’re looking for the ultimate experience, this is surely it! Plus much more There will also be lots of retails stalls and exhibitor stands to browse. Tickets cost £20 for adults, and for every adult ticket you buy, you can have a free child ticket (for under 16s). Additional child tickets cost £10 for 6-16 years, with under 6s being free. London ExCel is easily accessible by car or public transport and there’s plenty of parking in the ExCel car park. If you arrive via the North Greenwich tube station, you can travel to the ExCel on the Emirates Air Line cable car at a reduced price of £2.50, which is a fun journey in itself. Just show your ticket to staff at the terminal.