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What is MW4WDA?

A SEVEN STATE ORGANIZATION MOVING FORWARD IN THE INTERESTS OF RESPONSIBLE FOUR-WHEEL DRIVING… WITH THE PLEDGE TO SUPPORT THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE MW4WDA, IN THE PROTECTION…RESPECT… AND THE ENJOYMENT OF OUR PUBLIC DOMAIN LANDS AND TOWARDS THE BETTERMENT OF OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE RECREATION….
IN UNITY THERE IS STRENGTH

The MW4WDA is dedicated to upholding your rights to the continued use of public lands. Public Lands belong to each of us TO RESPECT, TO PROTECT AND TO ENJOY. If you support these principles, your membership will add your voice to the 4,000,000 other recreationalists who are striving to protect their rights and freedom. To accomplish our chosen goals, we have established programs in the areas of CONSERVATION, SAFTEY, AND EDUCATION.

CONSERVATION

Respect the Land! Our public lands belong to all of us to enjoy, but with that enjoyment MUST come protection of our natural watershed areas, protection of forest cover, and the prevention of forest fires. Our organization works with the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Department of Natural Resources, and other public agencies in trail development, campground improvement and fire trail construction. Member clubs regularly participate in “Clean-Up” Campaigns and maintain the motto: “If you hauled it in….you haul it out!”

SAFETY

We support a strict program of driving safety through the studies and recommendations of an active Safety Committee. Events may not proceed until all safety requirements have been met. Safety rules have been formulated to include driving aids and techniques for off-roading, as well as comprehensive rules governing competitive events.

EDUCATION

We disseminate POSITIVE information on our members to other 4-Wheelers, government officials and to the general public. Association activities, and other developments of direct concern to 4-Wheelers, and publicized in our newsletter.

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