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Trail Rules
« on: August 01, 2012, 01:43:34 PM »
TRAIL RULES

As a Member or Guest, the following is expected

YOU & YOUR PASSENGERS:
  • Alcohol consumption is not permitted before or during a trail run.
  • Firearms are permitted (and encouraged for protection, as we live in Arizona), but must be secured and out of sight at all times.  No shooting permitted.
  • Please wear your seatbelt.
  • Your vehicles' stereo should not be heard by other drivers
  • Dogs must be on a leash or restrained, when we are near other people outside of our group.
  • Bring extra food and water for everyone in your vehicle for the trip.


YOUR VEHICLE:
  • Your vehicle should be equipped for the trail to be run.  If it is not, you could be turned away to prevent damage to your vehicle and/or slowing the rest of the participants down.
  • A full sized spare tire is required.
  • A charged fire extinguisher should be on board.
  • Your vehicle should have tow points for recovering your vehicle.
  • A tow rope.
  • A first aid kit.
  • A CB Radio is recommended (we normally run on channel 4).


THE TRAIL:
  • The first and last vehicle will have CB radios to keep the group in tact.
  • You must keep visual contact with the vehicle behind you.  If they stop, you stop and notify the group, if needed. When everyone does this, no one is lost, and the group stays together.
  • Do not litter.  Try to leave the trails cleaner than you found them, by picking up litter on the trails.
  • Obey all signs.
  • Leave gates as you found them.  The first in the group will open, the last will close.
  • Travel only on obvious trails.  If you aren't sure, then stay off of it.
  • Never alter trails.  This includes rocks, trees, foliage and soil.  If you spill, clean it up and take it with you.
  • Do as much as possible to stay on the existing trail when you encounter another vehicle.
  • Larger groups traveling in opposite directions have the right of way.  If we are the larger group, we might let others pass depending on the circumstances.
« Last Edit: August 17, 2012, 08:26:46 AM by Kent Wilson »
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