|1) Vehicles will be parked in classes. This is being done to ensure that the judges are organized and not negatively affected by a disorderly process. We believe this will guarantee that no vehicle is missed.
2) 2 Judges per class. 2 judges will spend ample time inspecting, inquiring about and deliberating over their assigned class. This will allow plenty of time for the judges to return to the vehicle, as many times as necessary, to be sure they each have all the information they need to properly assign a rating to your entry.
3) Our judges will not be supplied by a professional judging organization. We have asked a diversified auto club from our region to provide judging. These folks are already accustom to automobiles and will be additionally trained on the specifics of evaluating a PT Cruiser. Each judging team will include an advisor from our club. This person will only be available to answer judges questions and as an administrative assistant. Our primary judging commitment is to ensure there is no favoritism or advantage to any particular participant.
4) 3 minutes to brag! One representative for each entry will have up to 3 minuets to tell the judges about their Cruiser. This is your chance to tell the judges about mods they can not see, self made mods and your display or theme. Don't waist this time, it could prove valuable in the ultimate evaluation of your entry. After your introduction time has passed you will not be allowed to speak to the judges unless asked a question; doing so can be grounds for disqualification.
5) Vehicles will be displayed with the hood open a minium of 15 inches, the passenger side doors closed, the driver's side doors open and the hatch open a minium of 24 inches. A representative must be available to open or close any doors, the hood or the hatch at the judges request. Following these guidelines will assist the judges in completing a thorough inspection of your entry.
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