Forum RULES: Required info for introductions and why was my post moved?

Discussion in 'New TDI forum member introductions' started by chittychittybangbang, Sep 20, 2010.

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  1. chittychittybangbang

    chittychittybangbang Administrator

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    If your introduction post has technical questions, please post in the other subforums for organization and searching purposes.

    When making an introduction, please state what car you have, if you about to do major maintenance soon, or if you have any problems. Listing any mods the car has is optional. Car forums mostly discuss problems so it's nice to hear when someone is having trouble free ownership and lets the forum lurkers see that not every car is a basket case.

    If you are having a problem, letting us know will let the community help. DO NOT post a thread or reply that says "Hi, I'm just here to view the blocked threads, bye". Don't be rude, please post a detailed introduction or your account will be blocked for violating this rule. This type of post doesn't let us help you so post the problem you need help with.

    If you don't have anything else to say, just make a detailed introduction with where you're from, what car you have, or any requests like if you need local help or problems you're having. A good relationship between the community and individual is a give and receive. By joining and giving a nice introduction to the community, the individual can receive all the great resources here. It's provided for free because the reward is you, the community members.

    Therefore, access to the exclusive resources section is for people with at least one post and access could take up to a maximum of 10 minutes until it's acknowledged. After your first post you can also upload a profile picture (forum avatar).
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