CEDERBERG 4X4 RADIO CLUB

Due to legislation with regard to two-way radio licenses within the 4x4 fraternity, you are required to be a paying member of an active club to apply for or renew your two-way radio license. Cederberg 4x4 has taken the initiative to put a platform in place for all 4x4 owners of two-way radios by the founding of the Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club.

 

Now all 4x4 owners have the opportunity to apply for a new two-way radio license or renew their existing two-way radio license by joining the Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club at a nominal annual membership fee.


On joining the Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club you will receive the following;


A Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club membership certificate will be issued, indicating that you are a paying member of an active club, which is required to submit with your application to ORRA  when applying for your two-way radio license.


Copy of the Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club code of conduct. (See below)


NB. The Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club annual membership fee will be valid from 1 April to 31 March of the following year. No prorate payments are applicable.


CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE CEDERBERG 4X4 RADIO CLUB


Laws and Regulations

 

• Abide and respect the traffic laws and regulations of the country, National Parks, conservation areas, private 4x4 trail owners, camp sites, environmentally sensitive areas and public areas.
• Abide and respect the laws and regulations that apply to responsible off-road driving.
• Drive defensively and set an example to others.
• Be friendly and courteous to fellow road users.
• Assist fellow four wheel drivers in need.


Fellow Human Beings

 

• Respect the right and privacy, peace and solitude of other human beings.
• Always obtain permission before driving on private land.


Fauna and Flora

 

• Preserve fauna and flora at all times.
• Never disturb animals it might affect their survival.
• Obey fire restrictions and always extinguish campfires.
• Always take out what you take in to an area.


Vehicle Requirements


• Keep your vehicle mechanically sound and clean to reduce environmental impact.
• Carry sufficient spare for your vehicle.
• Always carry recovery equipment in your vehicle.


Responsibility


• Take responsibility for your actions.
• Do not drink and drive.
• Always stay on existing roads and tracks.
• Avoid sensitive eco systems.
• Travel in a group or with another vehicle in remote areas.
• Take adequate water, food, first aid supplies and fuel.


Abide by the Code of Conduct


• The Cederberg 4x4 Radio Club supports responsible four wheel drive recreation.
• Accept your responsibility and abide by the rule and regulations at all times.


BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE CEDERBERG 4X4 RADIO CLUB, I UNDERTAKE TO ACCEPT AND ABIDE BY THE CODE OF CONDUCT AS SET OUT ABOVE