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Hey guys,

I was asked by the president of the Four Wheel Drive Association of BC to post this survey here on their behalf. It's for a good cause especially if you enjoy taking your wheels off the beaten path and I would urge everyone to participate. Wont' take long, promised

Here's an extract taken from from the survey's link detailing the subject in concern... and here's the link: 4WDABC Four-Wheeling Spending Survey (2010) - Blogs - Four Wheel Drive Association of BC

About a year ago, during one of our Board of Directors meetings, we discussed what we could bring to the table when meeting Government officials that will better educate them on why it's important to not shut down the trails in our Province. We all agreed that money talks and that if we had "numbers" that would better document what we are all spending in regards to our wheelin' sport/hobby, that maybe it would get some attention. With a good sampling from trail users in the Province, maybe ... just maybe ... we can help slow down and even stop some gates from being erected on our trails. That we can have an effect that will stop plans to have well established forestry roads and trails from being deactivated and returned to their original and natural state.

In the end, we prepared an online survey (see below) and we ask all wheelers to please take a bit of time and complete the questions as best that you can. Please don't exaggerate the responses, but do include costs for items that match the suggestions that we describe in each question.


Thanks again to everyone!
Mr. D
 

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And while you are at it, why not join the 4WDABC: Four Wheel Drive Association of BC - Join Us

It is only $20 a year and you'll be supporting your interests of 4wheelers - like keeping the back country open. You also will get a copy of the recent BACKROADER mag for free. Your's truely did a write-up on RHD Imported 4x4s as well as the photography for the Stave Lake Clean-up article. There are some real great trip reports, articles and some fantastic photos of our real Beautiful BC that few get to see. For those of you who know the old version of the mag, it is nothing like the old... it's all glossy and high definition print with great content.

 
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