UK Action Cars are reliable suppliers of high quality action cars for use in the television and film industries throughout the UK.
Our quality of work is second to none and we pride ourselves on being able to deliver your action cars to the right location, at the right time.
The service we offer is designed to address the detailed, and ever changing, needs of the television and film industry in all areas associated with action vehicles. Combining our extensive knowledge of the motor industry, an impressive list of previous clients, and an understanding of the requirements of film and television, we have tailor made our service with quality and professionalism always at the forefront in everything we do.
It doesn’t just stop at cars we supply a variety of vehicles such as 2 matching articulated trucks and trailers, we also supplied a single decker bus with bull bars on the front and safety harnesses inside for the stunt trick for the BBC’S Saturday night LIVE show The Magicians.
We can also modify any vehicle to any requirement, for example the conversion of the vehicles from the ITV show Ant ‘N’ Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway. This involved making the vehicles a two man operation by moving the accelerator system to the passenger side of the car whilst the drivers side still contained the brake and clutch systems.
Our action cars are designed just for that, action! Which means they can be driven, smashed, crashed, rolled or even blown up!
Technical support is provided on site by our own staff who accompany each vehicle. Our back up staff will always be on hand to address even the most difficult demands of any production.
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UK Action Cars have had the pleasure to work alongside an array of celebrities over the years, including; Ant and Dec, Timmy Mallett, Harry Hill, Al Murray, Jamie and Louise Redknapp, Craig Revel Horwood, Emma Parker-Bowles, Philip Schofield and Fern Britton to name just a few.