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    AvatarMichael Turner

    Welcome to your community hub! Following the migration to our new forum we hope you’ll find the new one much easier to use, and best of all it links up with your ado16.info membership seamlessly.

    This post is designed to help you get the most from the new boards, so please do read below… if you’ve got any questions or forum related issues you can post them in the “forum help” board.

    First things first, the rules:

    As you already know we’re a laid back car club, so our rules are pretty simple:

    Rule 1 – Talk about cars (specifically the ADO16) but others are welcome.
    Rules 2 – 20 – Please refer to rule 1.

    … Done! It really was that easy!

    To access the forum boards, you need to be a fully paid up member of ado16.info. Not a member, no problem, you can sign up here. It costs £10 a year, which we think is great value – considering the benefits! If you’re a free member you can upgrade your membership here.

    Wherever possible, please post your topic in the right section… why? It makes the boards easier to search – and it means we end up with less duplicated posts. Before you post we always recommend a search to see if someone has posted something similar before. How many times have you read something on a forum and thought “that question has been asked a million times before”.

    It’ll take a while to get the same amount of content as the old boards had, but the advantage with the new ones are that it will be much easier to find. All in all a huge improvement, and a great way to keep a useful archive of information.

    Please enjoy your visit, and if you’ve got any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me or one of the other moderators.

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