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The POCUK club is an excellent place to find the obscure Pajero info you may not find elsewhere. Members can even get a great deal in the for sale section. There are topics galore to explore on the site. They cover buying and selling, mechanical help and ratings on dealers, all of which are helpful to the new owner, or even potential owner of the great Pajero. The club are very helpful, and you can pose questions to members and expect a reply or two in return for your queries. As well as helpful advice, the members meet up for laning and off-road events too. The guys I've met are all great, and you can be sure of a fun day out if you wish to get involved. One of the best clubs I've ever seen, and free to get into. I can't say a bad word about them. The club is also free to join. The POCUK club is web based, and there is a great forum for getting technical and non-tecnical information about the Pajero, as well as some non- Pajero related material. The fun part is that the group arrange meetings of members to have fun with their 4x4. Maybe you'll end up on a nice amble on roads that you never knew were there. A nice trip into what you thought were fields, but was actually a public highway. If you are more adventurous, you may decide to go on an outing with the members to really rocky terrain where your driving technique is really tested. Even if you are an inexperienced off-roader, the other members will give you help and giudence to achieve better performance that you though you could get out of both yourself, and your Pajero. Some of the members are involved in proffessional sponsored events, and have even been in the national press. Wherever you live, there's bound to be a few members within a few miles of your location. This means that if you can't make it to one of the huge annual meetings, that you can at least get out and about with a smaller group from your city or county. Some groups go as far as making a weekend of it, and arranging accomodation for a good couple off days fun on and off the road.
Well that's my first, and probably last review done.
Watch out for the 4x4s with the yellow diamond in the windscreen. ;)
Welcome to ciao, I am sorry but apart from the small bit you wrote i am none the wiser. Is it a web based club?, or do you all meet up as a club?, how was the club started? What events make this club so good? etc. If you add more please let me know so i can re-read and re-rate , lou xx
catrinaf 28.03.2006 11:15
Hi and welcome to Ciao - Sorry for the low rating, but you need to put a lot more information into your review. Have a read around at similar reviews; especially those rated as very helpful or exceptional, for an idea of what people want to read in a review. If you want any help or want me to re rate, leave me a message in my guestbook - Cat x x