Arrive and Drive
Upcoming Arrive and Drive Events
Arrive and Drives usually take place on the 2nd Saturday of the month from May until October except in August when the Summer Picnic is substituted on a Sunday. Enjoy some of the best driving roads in the five-county area. Each drive is roughly 60 to 100 miles in length and finishes in under three hours (unless otherwise noted). You often have an option to join the group for lunch. These are a great way to kick off the weekend and a fun way for new members to get acquainted with ORPCA.
To attend, bring your favorite Porsche (with plenty of fuel) and ideally, a navigator, to our start location. The start location and timing for each event is included in the specific event announcement. With an average of 40 to 50 cars, we often try to break into smaller groups rather than traveling in one long convoy.
Registration for Arrive and Drive events is now required and there will be a minimum cost. Registration will close when drive is full or 5 days prior to the event. There is a mandatory signing and uploading of the Release and Waiver of Liability waiver form and Communicable Disease form when you register for the drive. The route and final location are not announced except to those who are signed up. You are responsible for any costs to park during the drive and for your lunch if we have a restaurant.
There will be a required participant meeting with social distancing. At that meeting the Tour Leader will explain the safety rules, distribute the driving instructions, explain the tour directions and point out items on the route that need special attention.
ORPCA has established a guide for Tour Etiquette; be sure to read this before each tour so you are familiar with the rules and process. We want everyone to have a good time and be safe. Knowing what is expected ahead of time will limit the potential for issues or conflicts.
Check individual Arrive and Drive for all details and new requirements. If you have questions about Arrive and Drives please contact the Tour Chair