Forthcoming Events:

Club Runs: Driving Your Classic
Members are reminded that other than official runs in the calendar and/or communicated by text, vehicles on
HVS and CVS may be:
1. driven on Wednesday and Sunday mornings, on a tune-up run (if there has not been an official run
organized and communicated), that leaves Bakers Cottage at 9:00 am (10:00 am in May, June, July,
August & September);
2. driven within a 20km radius of where it is usually garaged for battery charging, tune up and general
maintenance purposes. If the vehicle is on the logbook trial, a logbook entry must be made.
3. driven to locations beyond 20 kms for the purposes of having repairs undertaken, or for securing quotes
for repairs, after notifying the club scrutineers (see page 2 for contact details). If the vehicle is on the
logbook trial, a logbook entry must be made.
4. driven on other occasions after seeking the authorisation of a club scrutineer; if another club is your
primary club for historic registration, then their scrutineer/registrar/club captain needs to be informed
of your movements and one of the MCMA scrutineers given the courtesy of knowing of this approved
movement. If the vehicle is on the logbook trial, a logbook entry must be made.

Run Etiquette
is important that on all runs members follow some basic courtesies so that we all practice and demonstrate
road safety:
1. follow ALL road rules, driving defensively and safely,
2. drive at up to 80 kph (50mph), except on highways and freeways where 100 kph might be more
appropriate,
3. keep up with the vehicle in front to maintain the line or ‘procession’ of historic vehicles,
4. not lose sight of the vehicle behind,
5. pass slower vehicles if necessary,
6. if you are slow or have problems, stay in contact with the ‘back marker’, and
7. drive ‘everyday drivers’ to the rear of the field, but ahead of the ‘back marker’.

For club run inquiries contact Ian Scanlon on 0412726420