Saturday, 16 January 2021
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William Thompson inquired about an annual waiver program for 2021 and beyond. We did have an annual waiver program back in 2018 and it became too hard to administer without a membership. Now, with a free membership, and the new store, we can make that happen.

Cost for the badge would be minimal since we now own the badge machine. Building in the cost of the card, program, mailing, etc. would be $10 and each additional card would only be $2 so a family of 3 would only be $14 for the year.

This membership badge would be for sale on the shop and we would have to add a photo ID, Date of Birth, and other legal parameters depending on what our law firm says we need. It would be available to free and premium members and would aid Trail Ambassadors and guides... along with everyone involved.... the waivers each ride are a hassle, it's a slow process, and requires a lot of paper, ink and time to file. With an annual waiver card, we would be able to host better events and it would be available for everyone in the vehicle (child waivers are the most hassle).

The additional cost to RL4WD would be free-$40 a month at our current volume of members. As mentioned above, we could easily roll that into the card cost per person and would also discount the package for current premium members.

How do this sound? As always, please leave your comments below. This system would greatly help our Trail Ambassadors as they ramp up to do more rides in 2021.
  
Explore a beta of an annual waiver?
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This is a great idea!
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Great idea. Worth every penny to simplify and speed up the pre trail process. Then the ambassador can just check all badges before or after the drivers meeting.
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Yay, count me in! I am not all that tech savvy, but a simple sticker on our already badge should work, we get our annual gear tech in the racing community this way. and have stickers on our helmets. One group I race with uses a q code (is that what you call the thing that gets scanned?) Another does annuals even on the cars as well. I would think their exposure to liability is much higher than RL4WD and its legal for them , it should be fairly easy. Thanks for considering
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Annual waiver badge would need to be a photo ID.
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