Frequently Asked Questions

We are asked tons of great questions every day and to help answer everyone’s questions we have compiled a complete list of Frequently Asked Questions. We will continuously updated this page, so if you do not see an answer to your question, please feel free to submit your question via our contact form on our contact page and we will reply as soon as possible.

Where is the Florida Truck Meet located?

The Florida Truck Meet, originally named the “Daytona Truck Meet” was moved from the Daytona International Speedway in 2022 to the Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida. After a lot of thought and countless requests the 2024 event has been moved to the Orlando Speedworld Dragway is located at 19164 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32820.

How do I Register my Truck for the Show?

You can register your truck for the show by visiting our event tickets page. We have 4 different show truck registration options. Each option includes 1 spectator wrist band for the driver of the truck. Additional wrist bands can be purchased in advance online or at the gate for additional passengers over the age of 4.

All tickets will be delivered digitally before the show and you will collect your window decal and wristband at check-in.

When will I Receive my Tickets?

For 2024 we have switch to a completely digital ticket redemption system. This means that NO wristbands or window decals will be shipped prior to the event.

Each ticket purchase will receive an email prior to the show with a QR code that can be printed or saved to your phone to be scanned at the check in gates for redemption.

Can I Sell or Trade my Truck Registration?

Truck Fever, LLC will not assist or warranty any third party ticket sales / transfers. However, you can provide your emailed tickets with the QR code to another individual for redemption. Each ticket is unique and can only be redeemed once! Once it has been redeemed, it can not be recalled so please keep these tickets secure.

There are no refunds or returns for canceled or unused tickets.

Where do I Park if I am Spectating?

Spectator parking is available for free starting at 10am each day. Overnight parking is not permitted.

Can I buy Wristbands the Day of the Show?

Wristbands are available for purchase online and at the gate on the days of the show. Everyone 5 years old or older is required to purchase a wristband to enter the event.

All ticket sales are final and non-refundable.

There are no single day wristbands available.

When is the Bikini Content and Who Can Enter?

The bikini contest will take place on Saturday at 2PM on the main stage located at the Start/Finish Line.

Contestants must be females, 18 years of age or older. There is a zero tolerance for nudity, please dress appropriately.  All contestants must pre-register online and arrive by 1:30pm at the latest. Each contestant is required to have a Weekend Spectator Wristband to enter the show.

When is the Burn Out Content and Who Can Enter?

We are proud to announce that our burnout contest has been replaced with the Burnout Wars event.

More information about burnout wars can be found at

All drivers will be required to sign the Motorsports Waiver. Only the driver is allowed inside the burn out pit and burn out pit staging area. No passengers or outside media are allowed inside the burn out pit or burn out pit staging area.

Where can we Stay during the Event?

You can view a list of the local area hotels by the speedway on our Accommodation Page. There are also many opportunities for vacation home / condo rentals in the Central Florida Area.

In addition to hotels and vacation rentals, We will have onsite primitive (No Hook Up) camping available.

Please follow our social media and check back regularly on our website for camp site pricing and availability.

Will there by Onsite Detailing Available?


Just as previous years we will have multiple onsite detailers available during the show each day to get your trucks looking brand new. From quick exterior details to wheel polishing our official detailers can take care of it all!

Will there be Food Available at the Event?


Just as previous years we will have multiple onsite food trucks and snack / beverage vendors. This includes beer and liquor sales.

You are also welcome to bring your own coolers into the speedway.

General Orlando Speed World Track Rules

General Orlando Speed World Track Rules Before you race All racers must abide by Orlando Speed World and NHRA safety rules. It is not our responsibility to teach everyone the rules, but it is our duty to make sure every racer follows them. Only person allow to operate a vehicle on the race track is the DRIVER named on the tech card and has a DRIVER arm band. Any person found racing without a tech card and armband will be asked to leave. Repeat offenders will be banned for returning to Orlando Speed World. Tech cards should be filled out by the driver only, utilizing a blue or black ballpoint pen, (no pencils, markers. or on the other hand colored pencils). Utilize your legitimate name (no epithets. No Exceptions! Tech Cards should be endorsed by within the sight of a Orlando Speed World Track official, so he/she might observer your signature. You may be asked to provide a valid license to confirm your signature If you are a minor, you will need your parent to sign a waiver for you to race. This must be done in person with valid ID in front of a track official. You would also need to have a valid driver’s license. All waivers will be filled out appropriately and totally with blue or black ink. Any member who, in the sole and outright judgment of the NHRA, Verbally or physically threaten another member, track official or other individual, 2) utilizes profane or overly critical language. Participates in unsportsmanlike lead impeding to the game of dashing. In any case make a condition or situation that is risky, unjustifiable or mixed up will have disregarded the guidelines and guidelines of the NHRA and Orlando Speed World and will be approached to leave the office for a vague measure of time. Safety Rules General items needed to race will be seat belt, long pants, shoes/socks and shirt. Shirt cannot be a tank top and shoes cannot be open toed. Flip flops, sandals and bare feet are not permitted. If your car runs faster than 13.99, you will need a helmet. While we encourage all drivers to wear a Helmet. Drivers in vehicles running quicker than 11.49 (*7.35 eighth-mile) or slower than 9.00 (*5.65 eighth-mile) or faster than 135 mph or slower than 150 mph are required to wear a minimum SFI 3.2A/1 jacket; full-length pants Vehicles 2008-2013 OEM model-year production cars are permitted to run no quicker than 10.00 (*6.40 eighth-mile) and/or no faster than 135 mph. Vehicles 2014-and Newer OEM model-year production cars are permitted to run no quicker than 9.00 (*5.65 eighth-mile) and/or faster than 150 mph. Unaltered OEM, antilock brakes, airbag functions, stock frame\ unibody construction, including floors and firewall, as well as all other OEM safety-related systems, must be functioning as per manufacturer’s specifications. Convertibles quicker than 13.49 (*8.25 eighth-mile) and T-tops quicker than 11.49 (*7.35 eighth-mile) must meet Summit Racing Series roll-bar and roll-cage requirements. NHRA license is required for drivers running quicker than 9.99 (*6.39 eighth-mile) or faster than 135 mph. Motorcycles or drag ATV SFI 40.1-1 or 40.1-2 Suit or Leather Jacket or accepted Kevlar, long pants, leather gloves, boots/closed toe shoes (extending above the ankle mandatory), Helmet (no older than 2010 / Full Face) are mandatory for all riders. All riders who run 10.99 1/4 mile or quicker or run 120 MPH or faster must wear a 40.1-2 Suit or Full Leathers. Two piece suits may be joined at the waist by a zipper. Your vehicle must have working front and rear brakes and a Kill Lanyard or Factory Kill Switch (must be attached to rider with lanyard). These are the basic rules. Other rules may apply based on the set up of your bike. Final Decision of Pass – No Pass is the Tech Inspector. Under 18 years old If you are a minor, you will need your parent to sign a waiver for you to race. This must be done in person with valid ID in front of a track official. You would also need to have a valid driver’s license. RULE BOOK DISCLAIMER For all rules please refer to the NHRA Rule book located on NHRA website. The rules and/or regulations set forth herein are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of racing events and to establish minimum acceptable requirements for such events. These rules shall govern the condition of all events, and by participating in these events, all participants are deemed to have complied with these rules. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND OR REGULATIONS. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to a participant, spectator or official. The race director shall be empowered to permit reasonable and appropriate deviation from any of the specifications herein or impose any further restrictions that in his/her opinion does not alter the minimum acceptable re

Where do Show Vehicles Enter?

Registered Show Trucks and Vendors will all enter directly through the gates straight towards the drag strip. In order to help keep traffic to a minimum, please have your tickets ready to go when you arrive at the gate.

Where do Spectators Enter?

Spectators will enter through the gate directly to the left of the main entrance of the Speedway. In order to keep entrance times to a minimum, please have your tickets or payment out and ready when you arrive to the gate.

Where can I get Official Florida Truck Meet Gear?

We will have an onsite store open inside of the main vendor area during the event where we will have Limited Edition Florida Truck Meet apparel for sale.

Please note all sales are cash only and credit cards are not accepted. ATMs will be available around the track.