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    Default "The Four Wheelers Code"

    As published in the Summer 1979 Boondocker:

    As members of the American public who operate four wheel drive vehicles to enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery of our mountains, valleys, deserts, forests, marshes, and meadows, and all of the other back country areas of the nation, we will:

    • Leave the land and its vegetation as we find it

    • Help preserve plant life and soil by limiting travel to established roads and trails

    • Avoid cutting swtchbacks and driving through moist meadows which will leave permanent scars

    • Protect the history of the nation by not destroying old mining camps, ghost towns, diggings, or other historic or natural values

    • Respect the rights and property of other user groups, such as miners, ranchers, fishermen, hunters and other recreationists

    • Conduct all trips in a safe, sane manner

    • Accept the responsibility of keeping the backcountry beautiful by packing out litter

    • Give everyone we meet the courtesy of the road, as safety and courtesy are contagious

    • Observe the local history, the geology of the land and the ecology of the vegetation so that we may more fully appreciate the splendort of our national heritage

    • Members and guests are asked to refrain from the use of intoxicants whil operating a vehicle on club trips
    Paul - 2005 Wrangler Unlimited
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    Isn't it amazing that if everyone just followed these simple rules many of the problems we have today could have been avoided. Not all of them but many of them. Nice find Paul.


    Henry
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    Quote Originally Posted by yj_hank View Post
    Isn't it amazing that if everyone just followed these simple rules many of the problems we have today could have been avoided. Not all of them but many of them. Nice find Paul.


    Henry
    So true! Not only that but it hasn't changed much since 1979.

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    I agree totally because if you don't we will lose the right to wheel on the land that we all love so much Jeff.

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