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OUR Zero-tolerance Policy

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WHAT IS Our Zero-Tolerance Policy?

At UK Car Events we understand that car shows, events and meets are all about showing off your ride, seeing other peoples cars and meeting like minded people.

However when hosting our own car shows, events and meets we have to take into consideration the venue location, the local community and the importance of health an safety at our events.

This is why we at UK Car Events have to stop, limit or control what drivers and the public can do when attending our meets.

This isn't because we hate you guys having fun but it is to keep everyone attending safe and the venue owners, local community and local authority service assured that we are doing everything we can to protect the local environment, community and the laws and regulations of the area. If we don't we can lose the permission we are trusted with to host these events.
 

This is not something UK Car Events takes lightly as we are a registered company with a brand image to uphold and respect the responsibilities given to us.

As so to protect everyone involved in our events we have a zero-tolerance policy in place for any anti-social behaviour, disruptions or law breaking at our events. Anyone caught in breach of these rules will be dealt with and depending on the severity may face being be removed from the event, banned form attending any further meets hosted by us and reported directly to the local police if required.

We love hearing the roar of an engine, wheels screeching, cars racing and drivers showing off just as much as you and in fact many of our staff and partners hold a racing licence just so we can enjoy this side of the car life but there is a time and place for this and in the public domain is not the place.

If you want to take part in this side of the car scene we sometimes host track days and other such events where you can display "your skill" in safe and controlled environments where you are only a risk to yourself. We are always happy to advise in this scene if you are interested.

That being said we do not support and never have the underground illegal street racing or Mexico meet scene.

These are inherently dangerous and frequently you see them in the news after a driver loses control and crashes, normally into a crowd of spectators.

UK Car Events appeared on BBC news a few months ago after such an event happened in Scunthorpe. (see YouTube video here)

These type of meets or events give the car scene a bad name.

WHAT ARE UK CAR EVENTS RULES?

In most cases our rules are simple and the same for the vast majority of car events, shows and meets hosted. They are easy to follow, remember and will always be in place at our events unless otherwise stated in advance by UK Car Events Ltd (for example, track days where rules may slightly differ).

Our standard rules are as follows;

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Keep the noise down during the event.

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Do not encourage bad behaviour.

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No reckless driving or speeding.

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Do not disrespect or mistreat anyone.

05

Pick up your litter or animal mess.

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Do not touch someone else's car.

06

Follow staff and marshalls. Instructions.

08

Do not promote illegal car meets.

These are our standard rules during our events and they apply to everyone that walks into our events space, as said previously anyone in breach of these rules will be dealt with and depending on the severity may face being be removed from the event, banned for attending any further meets hosted by us and reported directly to the local police if required.

We do hold the right to adapt, change, add and remove rules if required to help keep the peace at our events.

At UK Car Events we do everything to can to make sure everyone has a great time and stays safe, especially since we have a lot of families with young children attend our meetings and shows.

We are not here to hinder your enjoyment, we are here to organise and deal with all the regulations and health and safety during the event so you do not have to worry about it and know exactly what you are attending.

If you have any question feel free to get in contact with us.

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