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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by old jerry View Post
    we talked a little bit on how does a person would know who's trail they are riding on; seem we could clear that up with a small sign here and their throughout with the clubs phone # on it mabe attached to other sign posts; that way responders could make that call from an accident sight! it obvious that people don't always know who's trail there on because they ***** to clubs not grooming as early as 4 hrs from the time the groomer was parked; small signs could help all around. hate signs but small andon existing post might not be a bad idea
    Not a bad idea, a lot of clubs have entering ""Insert Club Name"" Trail System signs already, just adding a phone number to those might be the ticket so to speak
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATCCarl View Post
    Not a bad idea, a lot of clubs have entering ""Insert Club Name"" Trail System signs already, just adding a phone number to those might be the ticket so to speak
    Some clubs have "closed" Facebook pages so people that aren't allowed to see or comment can't. Some clubs don't list any contact info on their websites. So, having any type of contact info for people to know whose club trails they are riding on is important. First Responders (LEOs and Fire Depts) should have a map and contact info of every club in their respective areas. One of the many nice features of the nysnowmobilewebmap app is that by clicking on the trail, it gives the club name and in most cases, a contact #.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 800cc28 View Post
    Some clubs have "closed" Facebook pages so people that aren't allowed to see or comment can't. Some clubs don't list any contact info on their websites. So, having any type of contact info for people to know whose club trails they are riding on is important. First Responders (LEOs and Fire Depts) should have a map and contact info of every club in their respective areas. One of the many nice features of the nysnowmobilewebmap app is that by clicking on the trail, it gives the club name and in most cases, a contact #.

    Is this a free app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom View Post
    Is this a free app?
    It is free.

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