Please contact ARPCA’s
Track Chairs – firstname.lastname@example.org or
Dave Palmer – email@example.com Chief Driving Instructor
with questions about participating in any DE event. Click on event track name below to directly register. Our three events this year are:
Thursday April 9, 2020
Greetings All – We are going forward with our meeting this Thursday, April 9th, at 7 pm. Unfortunately, we will not be getting together at Randy’s place Goosebumps, but instead, we will teleconference.
The meeting will be no more than 1 hour – firm. To ensure a good experience, just a few notes of large conference call etiquette to observe:
- Allow the presenter to deliver the full presentation before jumping into the conversation. After the presenter gives his/her report, the presenter will ask for feedback.
- Mute is your friend – please use your mute button anytime you are not actually talking to the group (conversely, don’t forget to un-mute when you have something to say)
- Be aware of other conversations or noise around you, including keyboard clatter, barking dogs, revving engines, etc. For more on this, see above – Mute is your Friend!
The call in details are:
Call: (800)-724-2485 or (719)-457-6451 (toll)
Enter Access Code when prompted: 245637 followed by # (the pound sign)
Wait for the call to open, you’ll be automatically connected
Start your weekend off right! How you ask? Well in the company of fellow ARPCA members for an upscale cars-n-coffee event at The Lot at Edgewater restaurant in Oakmont, Pa.
There is no cost for this event and registration is not necessary. Just show up with your favorite P-car and share some coffee, breakfast, and stories with your fellow ARPCA members.
Total Vehicle Control: Car Control Clinic
Monday, May 18th, 2020
Pittsburgh International Race Complex
201 Penndale Exd, Wampum, PA 16157
Registration ends on May 15th, 2020 11:59 PM EDT
Total Vehicle Control’s Car Control Clinic is designed to educate drivers on how to minimize panic reactions and replace them with rational car control skills. Today’s roads have faster cars, more traffic, and more distractions. Unpredictable situations can occur in a split second and rational, reactionary responses can help minimize and prevent accidents. The Car Control Clinic is a program that is equipped to give drivers real-world practice that can save lives. This course is designed to introduce drivers to situations that require learned reactionary responses. The program features, emergency braking, reaction braking, swerve to avoid, reversing, and parallel parking.
PTC To Follow Woodrow Wilson
With May Road Trip to Hotel and Museum
The Porsche Touring Crew is planning a May 26 luncheon event that re-traces the century-old footsteps of an iconic American President. The PTC destination is the Saxonburg Hotel, where almost 100 years ago Woodrow Wilson registered as an overnight guest.
Join the Porsche Touring Crew for our May lunch at the Jean Bonnet Tavern, Bedford, PA
Luncheon attendees will convene at 11:30 am on Tuesday, June 23, 2020