This will probably be a work in progress as issues arise so please check this thread every now and then for updates.
First and foremost:
DON'T DRIVE LIKE A JACKASS.
We understand you have a Mustang. We understand it can do a burnout. We don't need you to show us that it can. We know.
We like hanging out in parking lots, food providing establishments, and so on.
Don't screw it up for everyone else just because you thought it was cool to drift into your parking space. We don't need attention from the police, or to be kicked out of where ever we're meeting.
CONTROL YOURSELF AND YOUR CAR.
Respect other members.
It's not necessary to belittle another member in front of the group. We're a family and you should treat each other as such. You don't have to like everyone you meet, but there's no need to disrespect them either.
Be open to welcoming new members.
It's been an issue in the past, where people just stick to who they know and don't really talk to anyone they don't. Leading to people showing up once and never returning. That's not the image we'd like to project, so please, is it that hard to say "Hi" and introduce yourself to someone new?
That's all I've got for now...
I like it, especially that last rule. I have noticed a lot of problems with that with car clubs I have been in during the past. A lot of ones and dones because people are intimidated.
Martin C Ingenbrandt - 4 Door Destroyer
2006 Harley Davidson F-150
2006 Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom
2004 Mercury Marauder Trilogy #33
1993 Plymouth Sundance
the last rule i like the best, when i went to my 1st meet almost a year ago already, i didn't know anyone, then 8-ball was the 1st person to introduce himself, which was really cool, so now i try & do the same thing if i see someone new to the group....
If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all. There are many members who mod their cars to suit their own personal tastes. Not everyone shares the same tastes in mods. However there are two ways to talk to a person about their mods if you decide you need to say something, politely saying something like "Not my cup of tea, or hmmm interesting" or "dude that looks like crap, no way would i ever put that on my car". Both get your point across that you don't like it, but one does it in a much more polite fashion, so there is proof you can be polite about it
So either be polite or quiet about something you don't like
ok i have to agree with everyone on the last rule, my first meet was pritty akward if i wasnt so outgoing and me i probably wouldnt have staid because nobody came up to introduce them selves i kinda had to do it myself
Well at the next meet I will introduce myself and not run away again! LOL
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