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Every offroader who is part of Carnity Offroad Club needs to follow the Offroad club grading structure explaining the number of drives and criteria required to attain certain offroad rank.

 

Once you qualify the number of drives attended and criteria fulfilled, please notify @Rahimdad OR @Gaurav OR @Asif Hussain OR @Srikumar OR @Emmanuel for requesting your rank upgrade in person or PM or on the forum.

Offroaders who have other club experience are requested to inform any of the above senior members and explain the drive experience you hold so that we can assign you the appropriate rank as per your overall offroad experience.

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      Congratulations @Frederic for reaching the Advance level with Carnity Offroad club. 
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      Congratulations @Jas Gajaria for reaching the fewbie level with Carnity Offroad club. 
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      Positioning is very important and then the tug intensity - gradual to constant pull than jerking that may result in flip instantly.
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