Frequently Asked Questions
Got questions? We've got answers. Some of them, anyway.
We'll be adding to this list over time, but this should help you get started. The website is new, so if you don't see your question here, let us know via email (firstname.lastname@example.org
) and we'll get back to you.
Why did you start this website?
We got tired of searching online for car events. We'd spend more time searching than we'd spend attending, so this was a natural evolution of our efforts.
What areas of the country do you cover?
What areas don't we cover? But seriously, anyone, anywhere in the US or Canada can list their event. The filters built into the calendar will allow people to only see the areas that are of interest to them.
What does it cost to join?
There is no cost. The listings are provided free of charge to everyone.
What does it cost to list my event?
Same answer as above. Nothing. All you have to do is sign up, create your account and add information about your event.
What kinds of events can I list?
If you're registered as an Organizer, you can list any kind of event that's related to cars or motorcycles. That includes cruise nights, cars and coffee events, car shows, automobile auctions, swap meets, tours, poker runs, coffee runs, autocross, car club events, etc. And if we've left some out, let us know wand we'll add them.
If I sign up for your emails, will you spam my inbox?
Absolutely not. We send one email a week. It goes out at 7:30 am on Tuesday morning and if that's too much for you, you can unsubscribe at any tie.
Why aren't there any events listed near me?
We get this one a lot. The short answer is that the website is new - it was started in March 2021 - and not everyone who organizes an event knows about us. So if there are events in your area that you think should be listed, please ask the organizers to sign up here and add their listings.
I signed up for emails. But why are there so many events that are outside my geographic area?
This one's a little more complicated. The way the calendar was built, there wasn't a way to segment out events for individual states. We have a developer working on a solution, but it's not ready yet. As soon as it's rolled out, you'll only see events that are in your state.