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Just so you know -
Yuma 4X4 is NOT an "extreme" off-roading club. Most of us drive stock to slightly modified 4-wheel drives and we use the same rigs to get us back and forth to work. We DON'T go looking for that all but impossible trail to conquer. We respect our 4X4's and we have fun. We DON'T want show-offs, or anyone showing us how far they can go up that hill to "no-where". If this makes you feel uncomfortable, or driving a highly modified trail rig makes you feel superior, then you will need to find another group to run with.
Participate at your own risk!
Driving off road is dangerous and there is some inherent risks, including bodily injuries, death and damage to vehicles. Drivers are responsible for their vehicles and anyone (including pets and children) riding in it. In simple terms: If your friend gets drunk and causes trouble, YOU will be responsible. If your child throws rocks and causes damage, or bodily injury, YOU will be responsible. If your dog bites someone, YOU will be responsible. If you are involved in a vehicle-on-vehicle accident the person who is at fault will be responsible.
IN ADDITION, Chris Hoover (the owner), officers, directors, promoters, sponsors, members, and agents are not responsible for any of the views or advice given on the Yuma 4X4 Forum. If someone tells you to weld on your gas tank, and it blows up on you, that's your own fault. Use your head.