Romell Henry and James 'Jay' Swingler of the TGFbro YouTube channel have been summonsed to appear at Kidderminster Magistrates Court.
Both men, aged 25, are accused of dangerous driving on March 6 this year.
Richard Percival, 49, has also been charged with two counts of aiding and abetting dangerous driving.
Swingler is originally from Wolverhampton and attended Halesowen College but now lives in Ercall, Telford, while Henry and Percival are from Dudley.
The charges come after West Mercia Police received several reports from concerned members of the public who had seen a video of the three men driving through areas of Telford and Wrekin and Staffordshire in March of this year.
Swingler and Henry are well known for their TGFbro YouTube channel which has 5.8 million subscribers. Both men also have more than one million followers each on Instagram.
A video posted on their channel on March 8 titled "Extreme Driving Test With TGF (CAR FLIPPED) showed footage of Swingler and Henry being given a "driving lesson" by Percival.
The video, which showed a Renault Clio being driven on and off roads, has been viewed more than 8 million times.
Swingler has previously faced criticism for wasting emergency services' time having cemented his head inside a microwave.
Swingler, Henry, and Percival are due to appear in court on November 27.