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CARAVAN GUIDELINES

These rules will work for day trips and overnight trips.
      1. All participants should arrive at designated meeting area at assigned 
time. Arrive with a full tank of gas. Bring a  “two-way” radio tuned to channel 6 and tone 14. Listen at the drivers meeting and be ready to leave on time. Advise event leader if you are meeting the group somewhere else.       2. Event leader should lead group.  Event leader should have directions and maybe a map to give
everyone. They should also go over any safety precautions. The planned route should allow for rest stops Event leader should
supply all participants with everyone’s cell number.       3. Prior to leaving the leader should break the group into smaller groups
which will be easier for travel. Each group should have a leader,
a tail car at end and maybe a middle car. The leader, middle car, and
tail car should have two passengers, so it is easier to work the
“two-way radio” (Use channel 6; sub channel 14).    The middle car and tail car should keep the leader informed as to
what is going on behind him (If someone is caught at light, etc.).        4. It is important to be aware of what is going on in front of you, not just the
car directly in front of you.      5. The group will usually travel in the center or right lane with driving lights
on for safety and identification.       6. When traveling in congested area you will become separated. The
leader will stay in contact with the tail car and decide to pull over or
slow down until everyone catches up.        7. If you have car trouble pull over and the tail car will pull over with you
and pass on this information to the leader. They can decide if the rest of
the group will pull over or continue on. The car in front of the tail car
should become the new tail car.      8.  When the group is pulled over on the side of the road and is ready to
leave, the tail car should pull out (when safe) first and allow the caravan
to pull on to the road. The tail car blocks the road for the caravan.       9 .The leader will be supplied with a small box which will contain: Roadside assistance kit (flashlight, flares, etc.) Medical kit Four spare radios