|Adopted 7 January 1999
Amended by decision of the Board of Directors 10/15/2011
|Article I - Name
|Section 1: Formal Name
|This organization shall be known as North American XJ
Association, Incorporated; hereinafter referred to in these
by-laws as the “Organization,” the “Corporation,” or
|Article II - Status
|Section 1: Incorporation
|The Corporation shall be incorporated in the State of
Illinois as a not-for-profit corporation, effective 7
|Article III - Definitions
|Section 1: Definitions
- Attendee: A NAXJA Event participant, whether NAXJA
Member or Guest.
- Board of Directors: The governing body of the
Corporation also referred to as the BOD. The Board of
Directors shall be comprised and elected as provided
elsewhere in these by-laws.
- Chapter: A local or regional subordinate organization
whose membership shall be comprised entirely of members
of the Corporation, and whose area of operation shall be
approved by the Board of Directors.
- Director: A member of the Board of Directors, elected
in accordance with the provisions of these by-laws.
- Event: An activity sanctioned by the Corporation and
organized and conducted by the Corporation or one or
more of its Chapters in accordance with provisions of
these by-laws and event rules and regulations as may be
adopted and amended from time to time by the Board of
- Guest: An Event Attendee who is not a member of the
- HOHV: Highway/Off-Highway Vehicle.
- Member: An individual paying dues to the Corporation
to maintain active NAXJA status.
- a. The right to participate fully in the
activities of the Corporation and to receive any
benefits which shall accrue to Members.
- b. For purposes of voting and as otherwise
provided in these by-laws, the collective body of
Members in the Corporation.
- Motion: An action presented by any Member for
consideration by the Board of Directors, or by any
Director for vote by the Board of Directors.
- MJ: Jeep Comanche vehicle, mid-size pick-up truck.
- Officer: An official of the Corporation, elected in
accordance with provisions of these by-laws and serving
in the rank of President, Vice President, Treasurer, or
- OHV: Off-Highway Vehicle.
- Quorum: The minimum number or percentage of Members or
Directors that must participate in an election or a vote
on a Motion.
- Trail Master: The Director or Member appointed by the
Board of Directors to lead a sanctioned Event. Usually
this person will physically lead an Event, and shall
have a high level of experience in order to provide
guidance to the rest of the Attendees.
- XJ: Jeep Cherokee vehicle, mid-size station wagon,
sometimes referred to as a SUV-type vehicle.
|Article IV - Purposes
|Section 1: General Purpose
|The general and primary purpose of the Corporation shall
be to encourage and to facilitate the gathering and
association of all XJ and MJ enthusiasts, on the Internet
and at facilitated meetings and sanctioned NAXJA Events
organized and conducted by the Corporation.
|Section 2: Specific Purposes
|The Corporation shall provide the world-wide community of
XJ and MJ owners and enthusiasts with a legal and operating
structure to facilitate:
- Technical XJ/MJ discussion and provision of related
- Coordination and hosting of off-road Events;
- Development of XJ/MJ regional NAXJA chapters;
- Responsible use of public lands through membership in
land use focused organizations;
- Exploring, maintaining, preserving and enjoying OHV
trails with our fellow club members;
- Providing social, educational and family recreational
activities for its membership;
- Promoting the continuing and renewed use of public
lands for Highway/Off-Highway Vehicle (HOHV) recreation;
- Participating in, and supporting, activities to
further the causes of OHV enthusiasts and users of the
- Improving the status of our sport through the
development of better public image and association with
people who are interested and active in the sport;
- Publicizing and promoting the ideals of the United
Four Wheel Drive Association (UFWDA) and Tread Lightly.
|Article V - Membership
|Section 1: General
- The Corporation seeks and exists to serve responsible
XJ/MJ owners and enthusiasts who want to participate in
XJ/MJ related events, and/or XJ/MJ owners who are
looking for technical help/support in the
troubleshooting, care, daily maintenance, repair,
restoration or modification of their vehicles.
- The Board of Directors may limit the number of
Memberships to an exact number at any time. At no time
will Memberships be revoked in order to reduce the
overall Membership limit. The Board of Directors shall
reserve the right to reject any individual or Chapter
Membership application at its sole discretion.
Memberships shall only be valid if submitted in
accordance with regular application processes
established by the Board of Directors, as may be amended
from time to time.
|Section 2: Membership Classifications
- Individual: Includes all persons who wish to join as an individual member.
- Life: A special form of Individual Membership offered
by the Board of Directors at their discretion from time
to time, affording the Member all benefits and
privileges of Membership for the duration of their life
for a single, one-time fee as established by the Board
- Honorary: A special form of Individual Membership
awarded by the Board of Directors to a person or persons
who, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, has/have
provided exceptional service or goodwill to the
Corporation. At the discretion of the Board of
Directors, Honorary Membership may be conferred for a
specific term of membership, or for the lifetime of the
honoree. An Honorary Member shall be exempt from dues
for the period of the award, and shall receive all
benefits and privileges accruing to Members except the
right of election to the Board of Directors.
|Section 3: Membership Qualifications
- In order to be eligible for Membership an individual
shall satisfy the following requirements:
- Shall be not less than 18 years of age;
- Shall own or have interest in an XJ or MJ vehicle.
|Section 4: Member Conduct
- Members shall be bound by and shall act in accordance
with these By-Laws, and such rules, regulations and
standard procedures as the Board of Directors may adopt
hereunder from time to time.
- Each Member shall conduct himself/herself in public in
a respectable manner at all times, both during and
outside of Corporation activities. Public conduct which,
in the opinion of the Board of Directors, reflects badly
on the Corporation or the off-highway community shall
constitute grounds for possible suspension or expulsion
from the Corporation.
|Section 5: Termination of Membership
- If dues have not been paid, Membership shall terminate
one month following the Member’s renewal anniversary
- If dues have not been paid within 3 months of the
Members renewal anniversary date all membership
privileges will be terminated and they can rejoin as a
- If a Member is reported to the Board of Directors as
conducting himself/herself in a manner detrimental to
the Corporation or to the off-highway community, the
Board of Directors shall notify the Member of the
allegation and shall receive and review evidence of the
allegation from witnesses, and evidence submitted by the
Member in defense of the allegation. The Board of
Directors may, upon receipt of sufficient evidence of
detrimental conduct by a Member, vote by two-thirds
majority of the total board to suspend the individual’s
Membership for a specific period of time, or to
terminate the individual’s Membership.
- Any Member suspended or terminated by vote of the
Board of Directors shall immediately remove from each of
his/her qualifying XJ and/or MJ vehicles all signs,
decals, and other devices identifying the individual as
a member of the Corporation, and shall deliver same to
the Board of Directors or to any individual Director or
- Any individual terminated by vote of the Board of
Directors for cause shall be ineligible to participate
in activities conducted or sanctioned by the Corporation
for a period of two (2) calendar years following the
date of termination.
- Membership is not transferable.
|Section 6: Dues
- The Corporation may require the payment of reasonable
dues in exchange for Membership. The amount of dues for
each classification of Membership shall be established
by the Board of Directors and may be revised from time
to time, but not more often than once per calendar year.
- Chapters may require payment of additional dues to the
Chapter for Chapter Membership. In no event shall dues
for Membership in any chapter exceed the dues for
Membership in the Corporation. Nothing contained herein
shall require Chapters to require dues for Chapter
- No portion of annual dues shall be refunded to any
Member whose membership is terminated either by Member’s
choice or by action of the Board of Directors, except
upon approval of the Board of Directors upon
consideration of extenuating circumstances.
- Individuals whose Membership has terminated because of
non-payment of dues may be reinstated by payment of dues
according to the current dues renewal schedule if
renewing within 90 days of the date of their dues
anniversary. An individual seeking to rejoin the
Corporation more than 90 days following the expiration
of their term of Membership may rejoin upon payment of
dues in accordance with the current dues schedule for
|Section 7: Chapter Membership
Members shall not only hold membership in the
Corporation, but shall also be considered Members of
their regional chapter.
"Regional chapter" shall be the chapter in which
their primary residence is located.
free to participate in activities of a different
chapter and consider that chapter to be their home
said chapter's Board of Directors.
- Members shall only be eligible to elect Chapter
Officers in the Chapter in which they are a Member.
in elections for both the Corporation and for the
Chapter in which they are considered a Member. If
to their residence, then they may not vote in any
Chapter election. If a Member is found to have
Chapter elections, all votes cast by that Member in
all chapters shall be invalidated. Votes cast by
elections shall stand.
b. Members may
consider themselves members of both the parent
organisation and one (1) geographic region/chapter,
should reside in a region that is covered by an
extant Chapter. This is not to be construed as a
restriction on the formation of a
|Article VI - Government
|Section 1: Board of Directors
- The Board of Directors shall manage the Corporation in
accordance with these by-laws. The Board of Directors
shall conduct the business of the Corporation primarily
through the medium of the Internet. The BOD shall hold
their official monthly meeting beginning on the first
day of the month and ending on the 14th day. All motions
must be made prior to the end of the meeting. Motions
may be made out of the set meeting time period on an
emergency basis only if approved by the President or
Vice-President. The approving officer is required to
notify all of the BOD members by phone for all motions
made outside of the set meeting period. The BOD forum
shall continue to be open for disscussions throughout
the remainder of the month. However, nothing contained
herein shall preclude the Board of Directors from
convening a physical meeting, provided such meeting is
called by the President or presiding officer or by
majority vote of the Board of Directors, and all
Directors receive not less than 30 days advance notice
of the location, date, and time of the meeting and the
agenda of items to be discussed. At any physical meeting
of the Board of Directors, no business shall be
discussed or transacted other than those items of
business specifically included on an agenda circulated
to all Directors at least 30 days in advance of the
|Section 2: Officers and Directors
- There shall be four Officers: President, Vice
President, Treasurer, Recorder and 5 Directors. The
decision-making authority rank shall flow in the order
listed above, with the President possessing the highest
level. This authority rank is only applicable in
decision-making circumstances where a Board of Directors
vote is not feasible, such as during an Event.
- Appointments, delegates and committee positions may be
held by any member of the Board of Directors, whether an
Officer or not.
- Chairman of the Board: The elected President shall
serve as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, and
shall preside over all Board of Directors activities.
- The Vice President shall keep himself fully informed
concerning the business of the Corporation with the
active assistance of the other Officers and, in the
event of the absence or temporary disability of the
President or a vacancy in the office of President, shall
assume and carry out the duties and responsibilities of
the President. The Vice President shall also perform
such other duties as may from time to time be assigned
to him/her by the President or by the Board of
- The Recorder shall be responsible for ascertaining
that a complete record is kept of all activities of the
Corporation. In carrying out this duty, he/she shall
cooperate with and supervise the performance of the
Corporation’s Internet web site host and Internet
Service Provider, in order to ensure that legally
required and necessary records of the Corporation’s
activities are maintained in such manner as to survive
electronic error and/or failure. The Recorder shall
further act as the Agent of Record for the Corporation
and shall ensure that all filings, reports, and other
documents and papers necessary to the maintenance of the
Corporation’s legal standing are submitted to the
appropriate authorities in a timely fashion.
- The Treasurer shall have the care and custody of all
funds of the Corporation. He/she shall receive all
monies, pay all bills, and keep true and accurate
accounting of all monies received and dispersed. He/she
shall, at the conclusion of each fiscal year of the
Corporation, render to the Board of Directors a full and
complete written statement of the condition of the
Corporation, as well as of all monies received and
dispersed during the period covered by the report.
He/she shall sign such contracts, documents or
instruments in writing as required, and shall have such
other powers and duties as may be assigned from time to
time by the Board of Directors or as incident to his/her
- The Directors will be directors at large and will take
on duties as needed throughout the course of their term.
|Section 3: Grievance Committee
- Grievance Committee: The Board of Directors shall
comprise the Grievance Committee. In this capacity,
their responsibility is to determine the validity of any
grievance voiced by any Member. This committee shall
decide on the proper course of action for resolving any
grievance. Two-thirds Board of Directors majority shall
rule in Grievance Committee votes.
|Section 4: Elections
- Nomination for Officers shall take place biennially on
November 1. Elections shall be held on November 15 of
the same year. With the exception of the Treasurer, the
newly elected Officers shall assume their
responsibilities on January 1 following the elections.
The Treasurer shall begin their term on July 1 following
the elections. Each office shall be held for a term of 2
years. The Directors shall be elected on alternating
years in the above manner. A minimum of one year as a
Member shall be required before election to an office
can be made.
- The Vice President shall automatically become the
President in the event the President is recalled or
voluntarily resigns for the remainder of the term.
Elections for a replacement Vice President shall then be
held. If any other Officer or Board Member is recalled
or resigns, that position shall be considered for
immediate election to fill the vacancy for the unexpired
portion of the term. A minimum of one week notice shall
be given that a special election will be held, followed
by a two week nomination period, which is then proceeded
by a one week voting period. The newly elected Officer
or Board Member will take office immediately. The BOD
can decide to hold the special election process off to
incorporate it into the next annual election.
- If an elected member of The Board of Directors gets
recalled and removed from office before fulfilling their
entire term, that member will no longer be eligible to
hold any elected position on The Board of Directors.
|Section 5: Removal from Office
- In the event of allegation of misfeasance,
malfeasance, nonfeasance, or gross negligence, the Board
of Directors may recall an Officer, Director, or
Committee Chairperson upon a two-thirds majority vote of
the total membership of the Board of Directors, with the
accused Officer or Director being required to abstain
from the vote.
- General Members may initiate a motion to recall an
Officer or Director only if the motion is seconded by a
member of the Board of Directors. Before initiating a
recall motion, a General Member shall first process any
complaint through the Grievance Committee or the motion
shall automatically be dismissed without vote. A General
Membership recall motion shall be voted on by the
Membership upon not less than fifteen (15) days advance
notice by the Board of Directors, and requires a
two-thirds majority of the Membership to pass. For the
purpose of a recall motion, a quorum shall be 100% of
the current Membership in good standing, as certified by
|Section 6: Voting
- The Recorder shall keep records of all voting activity
and a log of all Motions as part of permanent NAXJA
records. These records shall be maintained for a period
of at least five (5) years.
- A Member shall make a Motion in order to establish the
requirement for a vote. Another Member must second the
Motion in order for it to become a formal Motion.
Members can make subsequent Motions to table or dismiss
the Motion under consideration. A tabled Motion shall be
tabled for one month unless otherwise specified.
Successful Motions to dismiss are the equivalent of a
failed vote. All Motions must pass, fail, or table.
- The Board of Directors shall have sole discretion to
determine which Motions shall be placed to general
Membership vote. Generally, these shall be limited to
the contents of Membership packages and the organization
of Events. All other Motions shall be voted upon by the
Board of Directors, and their ruling shall be final.
- A quorum for a general membership motion shall be
one-half of the current, paid membership in good
standing. A formal 2-week notice shall be given by the
Board of Directors prior to a vote on any general
membership motion. This formal notice shall be presented
on the NAXJA Non Technical and Members forums. Votes
shall be tallied on the vote due date by a general
member appointed by the Board of Directors. A vote will
be considered complete and enforceable when the votes
- Except where specifically stated otherwise, a quorum
for votes by the Board of Directors shall be a simple
majority of the Board members. The voting for any Motion
submitted to the Board shall be considered closed 96
hours after the Motion is presented. If a majority of
the Board has not voted within that time limit, a Quorum
will not have been reached, and the Motion will be
considered to have failed. This provision applies to all
Motions other than a By-Laws change or a recall motion,
which require a two-thirds vote of the Board. The Board
of Directors shall follow the By-laws concerning Motions
in the same manner as the general Membership.
|Section 7: Changes to the By-Laws
- The By-Laws may be changed by a two-thirds vote of the
Board of Directors. For the purpose of adopting a change
to the By-Laws, a quorum shall be the full membership of
the Board of Directors.
|Article VII – Chapters
|Section 1: Chapter Formation
- Subject to approval by the Board of Directors, a Local
or Regional Chapter may be formed by any group of
fifteen (15) or more General Members in good standing.
In order to form a Chapter, such group of Members shall
inform the Board of Directors of their intention to form
a Chapter, and describe the geographic region to be
included in the proposed Chapter. If any portion of the
proposed geographic region overlaps the region of a
previously established Chapter, the proposed Chapter
shall either revise its proposal to omit such area or
shall obtain permission from the governing body of the
previously established Chapter to overlap the territory
of such previously established Chapter.
- In order to obtain approval from the Board of
Directors to establish a Chapter, the group of Members
proposing such Chapter shall demonstrate to the Board of
Directors that sufficient interest exists within the
proposed region to sustain a Chapter. The prospective
Chapter shall submit to the Board of Directors a list of
Members within the proposed region who wish to establish
a Chapter, together with a table of organization
indicating the initial Officers of the Chapter, and
documentation of their election by Members within the
proposed region. As a Chapter grows and it becomes
feasible, they may split or divide. At this point, all
parties involved should apply for Chapter status to the
Board of Directors by submitting a list of Members and
the new geographic areas described.
|Section 2: Chapter Membership
- Membership in a Chapter shall be open to any Member of
the Corporation in good standing that resides within the
geographic region encompassed by a particular Chapter.
For purposes of establishing a Chapter, the initial
Chapter membership shall reside within the proposed
Chapter’s proposed geographic region.
- After a Chapter has been formed and approved by the
Board of Directors, membership in any Chapter shall be
open to all Members of the Corporation, irrespective of
place of residence. Members of the Corporation may
declare and hold membership in more than one Chapter
- Chapter membership is an automatic privilege of
Membership in the Corporation. Chapters may not expel
any Member from any Chapter. In the event of conduct by
any Member, which a Chapter deems unsuitable or
unacceptable, a complaint shall be referred to the Board
of Directors by the governing body of the Chapter. The
Board of Directors shall consider the complaint and may
remove the accused Member from the Chapter, place the
accused Member on probation for a period specified by
the Board of Directors, or remove the accused individual
from Membership in the Corporation.
|Section 3: Chapter Governance
- Chapters shall function under and in accordance with
the by-laws of the North American XJ Association, with
the exception that each Chapter shall elect its own
Chapter Board of Directors comprised of at least three
(3) but no more than nine (9) directors, who shall be
members in good standing, and who shall reside within
the geographic area served by the Chapter.
- Chapter officers shall include a President, Vice
President and Secretary/Treasurer, together with such
other officers as the Chapter may from time to time
determine. The term of office will be up to each Chapter
and will be at least one (1) year but no more than two
- Each Chapter shall have a treasury. Contributions,
payments and reimbursements from the national treasury
to a Chapter treasury shall be clearly documented and
accounted for. Contributions, payments and
reimbursements by a Chapter to the national treasury
shall likewise be accurately documented and accounted
for. Each Chapter shall designate one (1) member of the
Chapter Board of Directors to act as the Chapter
representative to the Board of Directors of NAXJA. Such
Chapter representatives shall serve only in an advisory
capacity in regard to matters before the Board of
Directors, which directly affect Chapters. Chapter
representatives to the Board of Directors shall not be
entitled to make or to second motions to the Board of
Directors, except as otherwise provided for Members to
make or to second motions to the Board of Directors.
Chapter representatives to the Board of Directors shall
not be entitled to vote on motions before the Board of
Directors of NAXJA.
- Members may vote in elections of the Corporation and
in elections pertaining to one Chapter, which shall be
the Chapter of "primary residence" (as outlined in
Article V, Section 7). Members who are found to have
voted in elections of more than one Chapter shall have
their votes cast in all Chapter elections invalidated
|Article VIII – Finances
|Section 1: Treasurer
- The Treasurer may be directed by the remaining
directors as to the method and facility of depositing
the funds of the Corporation. On or before the 7th day
of each month, he/she shall present to the Board of
Directors an itemized list of moneys both spent and
received in the previous month. In addition, not later
than one (1) month following the close of each quarter
of the fiscal year, the Treasurer shall post or cause to
be posted on the organization’s Members Forum a summary
financial report setting forth the financial activities
for the preceding quarter.
- At the end of his/her term of office, the Treasurer
shall render an accounting as of such date and shall
deliver up to his/her successor all monies, books,
papers, and other property of the Corporation which may
be in his/her possession.
- The Treasurer shall establish and maintain a
non-profit organization banking relationship with a
local financial institution. The Treasurer shall process
all dues and maintain records of all financial activity
to be presented to the Board of Directors on a monthly
|Section 2: Fiscal Year
- The Corporation’s fiscal year shall begin January 1st
of each year and shall end December 31st of the same
|Section 3: Fiscal Controls
- All monies received from all sources shall be
forwarded to the Treasurer.
- Except in the case of regularly recurring monthly
expenses previously approved by the Board of Directors,
no withdrawal or payment of funds shall be made without
the approval of the Board of Directors.
- The Corporation shall maintain a $500.00 minimum cash
balance to be drawn from ONLY in emergency situations.
The Board of Directors shall determine such emergencies.
|Section 4: Mandatory Activities And
- The Corporation shall file appropriate tax exemption
forms and maintain records for the legally applicable
time as defined by the IRS.
- The Treasurer, in consultation with the Board of
Directors, shall maintain a two-year financial plan that
provides for solvency at all times.
- The Corporation shall obtain annual comprehensive
Event insurance covering the Board of Directors, to be
- The Corporation shall remain Incorporated in order to
relieve Officers and Members of individual legal
liability; the Corporation shall pay all fees associated
|Article IX – Sponsored Events and Trips
|Section 1: Definition
- A Sponsored event is by definition an event in which
NAXJA formally recognizes the Event as a NAXJA Event,
and the Event is attended by at least one Director.
Chapter Events must meet the same criteria. Formal
recognition of an Event will be established by Board of
Director voting procedures, and subsequent publication
on the NAXJA website.
|Section 2: Event Regulations
- Each Event shall have an assigned Trail Master. The
Trail Master shall lead the Event always with safety in
mind. The Trail Master shall have ultimate
decision-making authority for all Event decisions,
unless a higher-ranking Director is present at the
Event, in which case that Director has unilateral
decision-making authority. All event Attendees shall
follow Trail Master/Director instructions at all times.
- An Event shall consist of only the off-road trail
rides or other specifically designated activities. The
Event begins at the time of the pre-run Driver’s Meeting
or functional equivalent, and ends when the group
returns to a designated point. For multi-day events,
this means that the Corporation will not organize or
coordinate camping or other activities, except as a
service to the Members. The Event itself is limited to
the organized trail rides.
- If no Chapter or National Director attends a scheduled
Event, that event is automatically cancelled as a formal
Event sanctioned by the Corporation. Any further
activity by Members or others shall not be affiliated
with the Corporation.
- Each Attendee is ultimately responsible for his or her
own safety. Safety concerns shall be brought up to the
Trail Master or an attending Director immediately.
- Should the Trail Master or any attending Director
determine that any Guest or member is posing a risk to
safety, or simply to the enjoyment of the Event itself,
that Guest or member may be asked to leave via escort
provided it is deemed safe to do so by the attending
ranking Director and/or Trail Master.
- All participants shall be defined as an Attendee,
either Member or Guest. At no time will any other
vehicle be allowed to join any Event. The Trail Master
and/or attending Director shall enforce this policy
- Attendees shall notify the Trail Master or an
attending Director prior to leaving the group for any
reason. While NAXJA Directors cannot physically restrain
any Attendee to prevent them from leaving, a safety
assessment shall be made prior to approving any such
- Attendees shall adhere to Tread Lightly principles at
all times. This includes the environment and also the
Attendee’s vehicle. Attendees shall not put their
vehicles at undue risk of damage that would potentially
delay the progress of an Event. The Trail Master and/or
attending Directors shall monitor Tread Lightly
principles, and failure to comply may result in an
Attendee being dismissed from an Event.
- Alcoholic beverages and other controlled substances
are prohibited while driving on or off-road. This
includes consumption prior to an Event. Failure to
comply will result in dismissal from the Event and shall
constitute grounds for termination of Membership.
- Attendees bringing pets shall control them at all
- Attendees shall exercise discretion in the use of
vulgar, profane, and/or potentially offensive language
during the course of all Events. In the event of a
complaint regarding language, the determination of the
Trail Master or attending Director shall be final and
binding, and shall be rendered impartially.
|Section 3: Required Equipment for Event
- NAXJA VERY HIGHLY recommends that all event
participants have a CB Radio.
- NAXJA requires all listed items to be present, and
available for use, for a vehicle to be permitted to
participate in a event. Participants are expected to
stow equipment and all other items within their vehicle
in a safe manner, conscious of the effects of OHV use
and possible shifting of items.
- NAXJA Safety Inspectors will use this list for safety
inspections prior to any event. The Safety Inspector has
final say in approval or rejection of any vehicle for
event participation and may at anytime defer to a second
event or club officer for additional ruling.
- NAXJA expects each event participant to carry
insurance and registration sufficient to meet the legal
requirements of their vehicle state of residence and for
the roads and trails traveled for the event. NAXJA is
not responsible for assuring an entrant's vehicle is
legal for the roads and trails traveled in the event.
- Visibly charged fire extinguisher (BC or ABC)
- First aid kit
- Adequate spare tire, jack and lug wrench
- Safety belts for driver and any current passenger
- Adequate attachment points in the front and rear of
- Acceptable forms of attachment points: (All Items
must be mounted in a manner to provide adequate
strength and integrity)
- Tow hooks of OEM or greater integrity
- 20ft 10,000lb snatch strap without any metal hooks
- Secured battery (no bungee cords)
|Article X – Dissolution
a. Upon any Dissolution of The North American XJ
Association, all assets are to be distributed to one or
recognized 501(c)3 organizations as chosen by the outgoing
Board of Directors.
|North American XJ Association