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East Coast Four Wheel Drive Association.

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East Coast Four Wheel Drive Association was formed primarily to regulate competitve events. Since the inception of East Coast Four Wheel Drive Association, they have become involved in other organized four wheeling activities such as recreational activity trail riding, conservation of resources, working together to prevent the closure of public lands, public and membership education, search & rescue operations, and getting involved with their local communities through a variety of community services.
Contact among eastern four wheelers began in 1965 when Pittsburgh's Triangle Jeepers held their first East Coast Four Wheel O Rama in Wellsboro, PA. Other competitive and trailriding events followed and attracted many four wheelers. The occasional camping weekends became annual events and ultimately friendships developed between clubs, families, and individuals.
The East Coast Four Wheel Drive Association is America's second largest regional four wheel drive association.
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