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Old 14-12-2006
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DSMRA Rider's Code of Conduct

DSMRA Riderís Code

1. Obey the laws and regulations on recreational vehicles. Observe restrictions on use of public land and donít go around locked gates.
2. Respect the environment. Stick to formed tracks and avoid sensitive areas such as wetlands and vegetated dunes. Treat native
wildlife with respect.
3. Donít ride when conditions are such that it will severely damage tracks. As a general guide, if you are leaving a 10 cm deep rut over a
distance of 50 m or more, you shouldnít be in there.
4. Be considerate of other users of the bush. Keep to the left-hand side of any track, and give way to horse riders. Ride sensibly past
general recreational areas such as camping and picnic spots.
5. Always ride a well-muffled and registered bike.
6. Always carry a current drivers licence, and donít ride in public areas with anyone who is unregistered or unlicensed.
7. Obtain permission from the relevant landholder before riding or camping on private land. Leave livestock alone and gates as you
found them.
8. Exercise some throttle control when overtaking other vehicles. Donít shower them with rocks!
9. Donít wear a single line rut through drainage structures such as erosion control banks.
10. Keep the environment clean. Take out what you take in.
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Old 15-12-2006
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They are all sensible things we can all do so that trail riding can continue in the long-term. Excessive noise close to other bush users or local residents is the number one reason for people complaining about us, so if we back-off a bit around other people we stand a better chance to still have tracks to ride in five years.
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