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Date Registered: 07-2004
Location: Sydney
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INFO: Important info on meet-ups.


This has been mentioned before at earlier meet-ups, and jalal posted this recently on the main page, but its worth repeating.

"Australian Xtrail" is just a web site. We are not a club or organisation, we have no membership fees, and therefore no insurance. If you join in a meet-up it is simply akin to like-minded individuals driving the same road. Your car is your responsibility.

All meet-ups are in no way an official or a formally organised trip by the Australian xtrail forum or anybody on this forum.

Therefore all risks associated with such a function would need to be considered by each and every driver/owner attending. (this includes and is not limited to the after-adventure night gathering )

I just want to remind everyone to check their car insurance policies are up to date, especially for off-road excursions.


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Date Registered: 01-2005
Location: Sydney
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Re: INFO: Important info on meet-ups.


Good point.

May be we should get organised.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: Panania, Sydney
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Re: INFO: Important info on meet-ups.


quote:

GeoffM wrote:

Therefore all risks associated with such a function would need to be considered by each and every driver/owner attending. (this includes and is not limited to the after-adventure night gathering )




Did I miss something there? emoticon



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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Re: INFO: Important info on meet-ups.


Rich,

You didn't miss anything emoticon

Same rules are still in place. These one were published just before we headed-up to Stockton for an overnight stay emoticon

Better be safe than sorry LOL

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Date Registered: 09-2005
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Just a quick question I have regarding insurance. I have full comprehensive with AAMI does full comprehensive cover off road driving??
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Just a quick question I have regarding insurance. I have full comprehensive with AAMI does full comprehensive cover off road driving??



Hi John,

You need to check that by calling AAMI direct. Don't take anybody's word for it, unless you hear from them direct. This is very important if you do decide to go off-road.

A full comprehensive insurance does not automatically cover off-road driving.

For example, when I called my insurance (NRMA) I was advised that I'm covered for off-ROAD driving, but only on off-road tracks, not climbing-up mountains where no car has been before or going under water like a submarine emoticon

So every insurance company would have their own exclusion and you better find this out yourself.


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Date Registered: 01-2007
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G'day,

I'm new to the forum. Do I need to own an x-trail to take part in trips?

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Date Registered: 12-2004
Location: Mount Isa, QLD
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quote:

gxlprado wrote:
Do I need to own an x-trail to take part in trips?



I can't see this being an issue and in some cases may be beneficial.

Unless of course there is a planned event with limited number of vehicles allowed, in this case preference would be to an X-Trail over a different vehicle as you can understand.

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Date Registered: 12-2005
Location: sydney australia
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Hi regarding insurance (comprehensive) as long it is a gazetted road you are covered by your insurance. happen to us last 2xmas ago my friend landcruiser wrapped in a big tree at yaranderee(correct my spelling) up the blue mountain, few kms. to camping [sign in to see URL] wrecked and a write off ,no problem with his insurance because it is a gazetted [sign in to see URL] road means still in the map(please enlighten me in this too)but then again check with your insurancce company to make sure.

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Date Registered: 09-2005
Location: QLD
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My insurance, AAMI, said much the same thing but did not limit it to a gazetted road. When I rang up, I asked if beach driving was covered and the advice was as long as the beach you are driving on allows 4wding, then you are covered. So basically... if you 4WD is allowed to be where it is when you have an accident then you are covered.

It would have been nice to get that in writing, but I will ring up each time before I go.

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