Rules: The participants compete in (club) teams against each other. Together they try to identify the cause of break-down on the various vehicles and to solve the problem.
Criteria for evaluation: Method of procedure, trade knowledge, knowledge of mechanical parts, use and application of aid devices, stress resistance, customer relation, and success of assistance.
Number of participants: One team per club with 2 Road Patrolmen. One Road Patrolman per club is also accepted. In this case a mixed team will be formed with any other club that also sends only one Road Patrolman.
Instructors:The Automobile Association (AA)
Languages: The instructors speak English and therefore basic knowledge of this language is an asset. Translation into other languages will be provided according to whatever other common languages exist and the possibilities on the spot. We will try not to put any clubs into a situation where there would be a drawback due to their language.
Cars/Material: All participants should bring the universal key with them as well as diagnostic devices (if they have any). Participants are also encouraged to come with their own fully equipped Road Patrol Cars. Teams can use their own equipment during the contest. HAK and the AA will provide equipment for teams that don’t bring their own Road Patrol cars.
Prize: The winner of the competition will receive an Award, participants a diploma for attendance.
Airport transfer: HAK will meet the participants arriving by plane at the airport and bring them to Hotel Sibenik. Important: Make sure to note your exact arrival and departure details on the registration form, so the HAK can arrange the transfers. For those arriving by car HAK can provide an itinerary.
Costs: Participants pay for their travel and accommodation. Meals and contest participation are free of charge.
Dress code: Training: patrol uniforms (the training will be in- and out-doors)
Contest: patrol uniforms
Social program: casual and rain jacket/coat
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