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No BS Just Jeeps Virginia Beach Pages

Ok, Let me take this opportunity to tell everyone a little bit about
No BS Just Jeeps Virginia Beach

The theme that we are going for here at No BS is just that, NO B*ll Sh*t. We don't really care for the local rumors, the he said-she said garbage, or the "nobody loves me" rants about previous groups. If you have an opinion about a shop (good or bad) or a group (good or bad) then express it. But, keep it within reason.

If you want to have a party, schedule an event, or even if just a couple people want to get together to cruise the beach and show off your rigs, click on the "Suggest an event" button in the calendar and I will put it on the schedule. Just make sure to include your contact info so that people can coordinate with you, I mean it is your event right?




Disclaimer: You know that I had to put this in. Every person who attends any event that is listed on this meet up site is responsible for their own actions. Proper safety precautions must be taken at all times.
- Your vehicle must meet all safety inspection requirements by the state.
- Every person in your vehicle must wear the proper safety restraints. (Common Sense)
- The driver must be of legal age and have a VALID driver?s license. Please do not take the opportunity to teach you child how to drive during an event. Just because we are not on a road, it does not make it legal.
- If someone encourages you to drive on a trail that you are uncomfortable with driving on and you wreck your vehicle, it is your fault. We will not leave you on the trail, but we are also not responsible for your driving ability. If you are uncomfortable, say so. Don't let anyone pressure you into doing something that doesn't feel right. Every trail that I have been on, if there was a difficult section, there was an easy one that went around it. Don't take unnecessary risks.
- Come prepared to every event. Accidents happen and unforeseen problems are just that...unforeseen, but when you wheel you should have a First Aid kit, Medical card with specifics about your health (Meds and other health problems), food and water, plenty of fuel, and anything else that you think you may need. You can't carry a spare everything but try to prepare for the worst.
- Most of the members love to work on their Jeeps, especially me. But, I am not a certified mechanic. If you ask someone to help you work on your Jeep and they do it out of the kindness of their heart, they are not to be held responsible for mechanical issues that you may incur down the road. Remember, you just got some high dollar work done to your rig for free. You chose to save the money and they were willing to help. If you wanted a warrantee, you should have gone to a shop. And YOU SHOULD ALWAYS have a Certified Mechanic take a look at it after the work is done.
- Finally we really try stay together on the trail. If you decide to stop wheelin and just hang out, that doesn't mean that we all have to hang out too. If you are broke down...that is another story.






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