1. No off-road travel should be done without 2 or more vehicles.
  2. Vehicles driving on public roads should meet State Vehicle Codes.
  3. Vehicle should have an operating mechanical emergency brake.
  4. Children should not attempt to help a vehicle in distress unless supervised by an adult.
  5. Loose objects in vehicle should be secured in case of sudden stop or rollover.
  6. In absence of full cage roll bar, windshield should be removed or latched down when vehicle is in sand dune area.
  7. Member should be responsible for his/her guests at club functions.
  8. All persons should be kept safely away from vehicles engaged in hill climbs or when overcoming obstacles.
  9. When traveling with other vehicles, always wait at a turn for the vehicle behind you to come into site. If you do not see him/her stop and wait.
  10. Select proper gear when traveling down a steep slope-one that will let you to accelerate to pull the vehicle out of a skid of traction is lost and also enabling the utilization of engine compression on downgrades.
  11. Radio contact should be maintained between the front and rear rig of caravan if possible.
  12. Dry your brakes immediately after passing through water by applying breaks while driving until brakes are at normal braking capacity.
  13. Avoid traveling on side hills if possible.
  14. All passengers should be afforded the protection of a roll bar.
  15. ‘Cut-Outs’ are illegal.
  16. While on trail, enough room should be allowed for the vehicle in front of you to maneuver-no tailgating.
  17. Load limitations (GVW) specified by the manufacturer should be observed by all vehicles.

ORDINANCE: Some wilderness areas have been used for Military Maneuvers and extreme caution
should be exercised with respect to any unfamiliar objects lying exposed or partially exposed-many of
these are unexploded bombs and are extremely dangerous when touched!!

Proper procedures in the event of finding one of these items are:

  • Do not touch or disturb item in any manner!
  • Mark the immediate area by means of a ribbon tied to a bush or stake.
  • Notify the Highway Patrol or local Sheriff. They will notify the Military Ordnance Disposal Team.
  • Remain in the general vicinity to guide the Ordnance Disposal Unit back to the site of the object(s) discovered.


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