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SE4WD Club FAQ

What are your aims as a club?

    To provide a common meeting place for people with similar interests in four wheel driving and associated activities.

    To conduct meetings, arrange trips, events and social activities.

    To promote four wheel driving as a responsible activity.

    To educate members in the safe and responsible use of their vehicles and respect for the environment

How often do you meet?

We have a general meeting every month except for January.

Where and when do you meet?

Venue:

Log Cabin, Wilfred Taylor Reserve, Wheatsheaf Road, Morphett Vale.

Time: The second Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm (except January)

What do I have to do to be eligible for membership?

To be eligible for membership applicants must be 18 or over and are required to attend three club events being the 1st meeting, then 2 more events being any combination of meetings, trips or social functions. This allows the club to get to know you and for you to get to know the club members. Members are required to own a 4WD vehicle.

Do I need a UHF CB radio?

Yes, you should have a UHF CB radio fitted within your vehicle to participate in 4WD trips and training events. The club owns a few hand held units which are suitable for new members to try during a club trip or during a training session. The radios are important when we travel as a 4WD convoy.

What are some of your activities?

    Local and interstate trips

    Social activities

    Guest speakers

    Driver instruction

    Technical advice

What kind of trips can I participate in?

Day, weekend and extended trips are run by members. Trips organised in the past few years include: Bendleby Ranges; Skytrek; Coorong; Peake Sand Hills; Mungo National Park; Jacks Paddock; Saunders Gorge; Cape York; Simpson Desert. Just to name a few.

I have a dog. Can she be brought to club events?

There are times that dogs can be at club events but they must always be on a lead and under control. Please clean up after them at all times. However, there will be times when dogs are not able to be taken on trips or events due to external reasons e.g. visiting or driving through national parks, bated areas, landowner discretion. Please always check with the trip leader or co-ordinator prior to the event.

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