Advanced Driving Hub - Registration
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Registration to the forum requires Admin approval, please note that it can take up to 24-48 hours for new users to be verified. As part of our anti-spam measures, we will delete any registrations where the IP or email address suggests a likely spammer - this includes any service which provides free email addresses to spammers, while we have an international coverage, repeated registrations from certain countries are likely to be seen as spammers, so for the best chance of registration, please use a traceable and robust domain for your email. This means that we will automatically delete registrations based on email services such as gmail / hotmail / etc. If you have no other email address and have no choice but to use such an email address, then you will need to contact use directly before registering.