Clean culture

is an auto event where participate alot of car drivers who build defines their own unique style and vision in term of cars. They respect the clean and beautiul style. If you think that you are like this and you want to participate on one event you need to respect this rules:

  1. BURNOUTS OR DONUTS are not welcome at any event all these do it cause us to be banned from locations so as it may be fun for that few seconds you are running it for everyone else that attends.\r\n
  2. As for pets when we post up no pets allowed it based of property management we had a number of people with pets attend today and we witnessed more than one people couldn”t clean up after them and left it for the next guy to step in. We dont want to walk around cleaning up after animals if we did we would bring our own pets.
  3. When it come to the couple events everyone needs to learn to stay back and respect what”s going on. If someone was to get hurt during any events that would be the end of it for everyone. I know everyone has heard an exhaust before you don”t need to stand 3ft from the car to hear it. They have a number of video coverage going on during the event that we take care of and pay for to provide coverage to the Internet and those that would like to watch it. When everyone makes it impossible for them to record that means less in the video to see.

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Post Author: Lisandru

Hello, my name is Alex aka Lisandru. I am an engineer, husband, blogger in free time and I'm living in Romania. This is my blog, where I post about beautiful places, automotive, games and movies reviews, videos and also about some things from my life. Never miss out on new stuff.

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