Code of Conduct of the Four Wheel Drive Club of Southern Africa
Towards human beings – Be considerate and helpful to all.
Towards authorities – Be of positive attitude when interacting with them, understanding and abiding by their rules
Toward vehicle perfection – Maintain a sound, presentable and roadworthy 4×4, always carrying sufficient spares and tools
When travelling on-road – Drive defensively, setting an example to others
When travelling off-road – Drive to survive. Maintain communication with your group. Pre-plan food, fuel, medication, access and camps. Contribute to the group’s well-being.
As a custodian of nature – Take only photos, leave only tyre-prints. Accept responsibility for your group. Drive gently, follow existing tracks and make no new ones. Preserve and respect all living things.
Base 4 Code of Conduct:
No motorcycles or quads.
No dogs (except for guide dogs).
No loud music (unless authorised and then only in the clubhouse).
No persons allowed in the rear of open vehicles when driving any of the obstacles.
No littering (Please pick up cigarette butts, etc.) .
All rubbish to be taken out when leaving. (What you bring in, please take home with you – dustbins are not provided).
I, as a member of the Four Wheel Drive Club of Southern Africa, will strive to uphold this code.