Summer & Seven Sisters Permitted Vehicles
We are allowing non-road-legal vehicles to attend our Seven Sisters events, subject to the rules below. If you have any doubts or questions about bringing your vehicle please contact us well in advance and we will be able to advise.
If your vehicle is a road legal 4×4:
If your vehicle is a 4×4 which has a valid MOT and insurance, as well as seats & seat belts for ALL occupants (regardless of MOT requirement) then you are welcome to attend.
If your vehicle is a non-road-legal 4×4:
Non-road-registered 4×4’s must meet the following criteria:
- The vehicle must have a FULL MSA, ARC, or Ultra-4 approved roll cage
- The vehicle must have secure seats & belts for all occupants
- Vehicles must be able to demonstrate:
- Working brakes including parking brake
- Working steering
- Safe and secure fuel tank, battery and exhaust.
- Vehicles attending the night-time event must have front & rear lights
- We strongly recommend at least some form of 3rd party or public liability insurance
We will NOT allow “bangers on trailers” or other unsafe vehicles to participate – please DO NOT try to attend if you are in any doubt without having contacted the club in advance, the Shire Land Rover Club reserves the right to deny entry to ANY vehicle that the marshals feel is unsafe, without refund.
Any other vehicles:
The Shire Land Rover Club cannot admit motorbikes, trikes, quads, or vehicles over 5 tonnes.
Light off-road 4×4 and 6×6 trucks such as Pinzgauer, Unimog and Volvo are welcome subject to meeting the standard club rules above.
If you have any doubts or questions about bringing your vehicle please contact us well in advance and we will be able to advise.
The Shire Land Rover Club aims to run off-road events suitable for all vehicles from shiny family runabouts to the hardcore challenge trucks, there is usually something for all vehicles & abilities to have a go at. However, conditions can vary so if you are new to the scene please get in touch and just ask!
Newcomers are always welcomed, please introduce yourself to a marshal or member of the committee (usually found wearing a hi-viz at any club event) if you are new & would like any help, advice, or information – we would much rather you ask than keep quiet & end up stuck!