Regulations: Respect and abide by the rules and
regulations of the country, national parks, conservation and
public areas. Keep to the laws and regulations that apply to
four wheel driving for the area you drive in.
Beings: Respect the right of privacy, peace and
solitude of other human beings. Obtain permission before driving
on private land.
Flora: Preserve our fauna and flora. Never disturb
animals it might affect their survival. Obey fire restrictions
and always extinguish campfires. Bring out what you take in,
never bury litter.
Perfection: Keep your vehicle mechanical sound and
clean to reduce environmental impact. Carry sufficient tools,
spares and recovery equipment.
Users: Abide to the traffic rules. Drive defensively
and set an example to others. Be friendly and courteous to
fellow road users. Assist fellow four wheel drivers in need.
Take responsibility for your actions. Promote the safe and
responsible use of four wheel drive vehicles. Accept
responsibility for your group. Do not drink and drive.
Support four wheel driving as a responsible and legitimate
recreational activity. Obey the constitution and rules of your
“Off-Road” Driving: Keep to 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 and fuel. Preplan trips carefully before departure.
Abide to Code
of Conduct: The Code of Conduct supports responsible four
wheel drive recreation and is valuable only if you observe it.