Dunga Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct has been produced to ensure the longevity of this event by reinforcing to participants the need to not only do the right thing, but to be seen to be doing the right thing. Entrants should be aware that while participating in the Dunga Derby they will be seen as representatives of Rally for a Cause. It is in the interest of the charity, that entrants and recipients  behave accordingly to protect the reputation of Rally for a Cause.

 The Dunga Derby is NOT a race or timed event

  • Dungas must be registered, be roadworthy, have a minimum of Third Party Property Insurance and drivers must hold a valid driver’s licence.
  • Drivers of Dungas must obey all traffic laws and any directions given by law enforcement. This is applicable while on the Derby and whilst ever their vehicle is signed with Dunga Derby promotional stickers and is identifiable as a Dunga Derby entrant.
  • Entrants are to follow the instructions and guidelines set out by Dunga Derby Officials at all times
  • Entrants will not engage in behaviour that endangers the safety of participants and/or the general public.
  • Entrants will not tamper with any road signs or Dunga Derby signs.
  • Entrants will not tamper with other entrant’s vehicles or possessions.
  • Entrants will not engage in offensive behaviour, excessive drunkenness and/or behaviour that brings the name of Rally for a Cause and/or Dunga Derby into disrepute.
  • Entrants will not bring, throw, or place any form of confetti, glitter or similar during the Dunga Derby event. You may become liable for person or property.
  • Entrants will not use any hand held noise making device such as an air horn or other offensively loud device close to any person.

Failure to abide by the Code of Conduct may result in disciplinary action being taken by the committee, which may include a warning or immediate exclusion from the Dunga Derby. Any disciplinary action taken is at the discretion of the committee and the Dunga Derby officials.

Any entrant who witnesses a breach of the Code of Conduct must report the incident to a Dunga Derby official at the earliest available opportunity. The official will then report to the committee, which will determine the appropriate course of action to be taken.

Any entrant who is excluded from the Dunga Derby as a result of a breach of the Code of Conduct may also be excluded from future Rally for a Cause and Dunga Derby events.

The Code of Conduct applies to all members of a team and any transgressions by an individual team member may result in the exclusion of the whole team.

Rally for a Cause will not be responsible for any costs incurred as a result of early exclusion from the Dunga Derby and no refunds will be given for entry costs, sponsorship money raised or donations given.

The Dunga Derby is a fun event and we expect to have plenty of laughs. In the interest of safety and preserving the good reputation of our charity, let’s use some common sense and remember why we are all doing this.

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