Administrative Regulations of Event

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National Classic Vehicle Event Management Measures

 

 

The measures are formulated to strengthen management and regulate national classic vehicle events.

Chapter I Definition of Event

Article 1: National classic vehicle event refers to the classic vehicle event whose participating vehicles are from beyond an administrative office or the event area exceeds the administrative area of an administrative office.


Chapter II Event Classification

Article 2: National classic vehicle large events include dynamic and static ones, of which dynamic events are classified into Class A, Class B, and Class C, and static events are classified into Class D, Class E, and Class F.


Article 3: Class A event refers to the dynastic one whose vehicles are from the whole country and the event area is beyond the administrative area of an administrative office, also can be divided into A1: over 30 vehicles or over 1000 km driving distance; A2:20-29 vehicles or driving distance between 500 km and 1000 km; A3: less than 20 vehicles or less than 500 km driving distance.


Article 4: Class B event refers to the dynastic one whose vehicles are from the whole country and the event area is inside the administrative area of an administrative office, or vehicles are from an administrative office but organized in the administrative area of another administrative office, also can be divided into B1: over 30 vehicles or over 1000 km driving distance; B2:20-29 vehicles or driving distance between 500 km and 1000 km; B3:less than 20 vehicles or less than 500 km driving distance.


Article 5: Class C event refers to the dynastic one whose vehicles are from an administrative office and the event area is inside the same administrative area of an administrative office, also can be divided into C1: over 30 vehicles or over 1000 km driving distance; C2:20-29 vehicles or driving distance between 500 km and 1000 km; C3: less than 20 vehicles or less than 500 km driving distance.

Article 6: Class D event refers to the static one whose vehicles are from more than an administrative office and the event is held in over an area, also can be divided into D1: over 30 participating vehicles; D2:20-30 participating vehicles; D3:10-20 participating vehicles. D4: less than 10 participating vehicles.


Article 7: Class E event refers to the static one whose vehicles are from more than an administrative office and the event is held in an area, also can be divided into E1: over 30 participating vehicles; E2:20-30 participating vehicles; E3:10-20 participating vehicles. E4: less than 10 participating vehicles.


Article 8: Class F event refers to the static one whose vehicles are from an administrative office and the event is held in an area, also can be divided into F1: over 30 participating vehicles; F2:20-30 participating vehicles; F3:10-20 participating vehicles. F4: less than 10 participating vehicles.


Article 9: While an event is held combining both dynamic and static means, the event class shall be determined basing on dynamic event.


Article 10: While a static event includes alternate vehicle cruise (usually less than 50 km), the class shall be determined basing on the static event.


Chapter III Organization Entity

Article 11: National classic vehicle event can be organized either by the union or also by offices in different regions.


Article 12: The national events organized by the union can be undertaken or assisted by the office or club designated by the union.


Article 13: The organizer of Class A, B, D, and E events must include but not limited to the union.


Article 14: The organizer of Class C, and F events can be the union, and also an administrative office or a club. Whether the union shall be listed as a supporting unit or an assisting unit for such events shall be subject to actual situation.


Chapter IV Event Report Submission

Article 15: A national classic vehicle event undertaken by an entity except the union must submit a written report to the union in advance.


Article 16: Any union member to participate in large event organized not by the union must submit a written report to the union in advance.


Article 17: Any event using the name and logo of Classic Vehicle Union of China must submit a written report to the union in advance.


Article 18: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class A event must submit a written report to the union one year ahead, and the report shall include:


Article 19: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class B event must submit a written report to the union 180 days ahead, and the report shall include:


Article 20: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class C event must submit a written report to the union 90 days ahead, and the report shall include:


Article 21: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class D or Class E event must submit a written report to the union 90 days ahead, and the report shall include:


Article 22: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class F event must submit a written report to the union 30 days ahead, and the report shall include:


Article 23: The union shall provide a written reply to the office or the club within 30 days after receiving a report document.


Article 24: The union shall not support a member to personally organize any Class A, B, and C events.


Article 25: The union shall not support an individual member to organize any Class D, E, and F events using other vehicles.


Article 26: The union allows an individual member to organize Class D, E or F events using personal vehicle, which shall be reported to his/her club or office orally for record by himself/herself.


Article 27: Where an office or a club plans to organize Class A or B events, the plan shall be listed into the annual or seasonal working plan of the union after all materials have been submitted and the secretariat of the union has approved it after discussion. It will be the union that is responsible for reporting to the national related department for project established and handling relevant formalities.


Article 28: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class C event, the union shall provide specific guidance after all materials have been submitted.


Article 29: Where an office or a club plans to organize Class D or E events, the plan shall be listed into the annual or seasonal working plan of the union after all materials have been submitted and the secretariat of the union has approved it after discussion. It will be the union that is responsible for coordinating and deploying relevant vehicles.


Article 30: Where an office or a club plans to organize a Class F event, the union shall provide specific guidance after all materials have been submitted.


Article 31: Where an office or a club applies to organize Class A, B, D, and E events shall pay a certain amount of charges subject to the scale of event, and difficult situation to the union, including: union name/LOGO use charge, event guidance charge, examination and approval charge for project establishment, etc. The specific standards shall be determined by the secretariat finally according to the specific circumstances.


Article 32: Where an office or a club organizes a class C, or Class F event adopting the union as the organizer shall also need to pay a certain amount of charges. The specific standards shall be determined by the secretariat finally according to the specific circumstances.


Chapter V Event Comprehensive Planning and Organizing

Article 33: The event comprehensive planning and organizing entity shall be the union for those events organized by the union. The union can entrust offices, clubs or designated agencies to undertake part or whole of event planning and organizing.


Article 34: Regarding the events not organized by the union, the union shall only provide the undertaker with necessary guidance, and the specific planning and organizing shall be done by the event sponsoring unit.


Chapter VI Event Summarization

Article 35: After the end of Class A, B, D, and E events, the event planning and organizing unit designated by the union shall submit a written report to the union on the whole event situation to summarize achievement, and find out problem within 3 weeks.


Article 36: An office or a club organizes Class C, or F events shall also submit a written report to the union on the whole event organizing situation within 3 weeks.


Chapter 7 Union Name and LOGO Use by Events

Article 37: In any events, no matter using the union's name and logo by any means, the use must be reported to the secretariat for the union's written permission.


Article 38: Using the union's name, and logo of the union must strictly maintain their integrity and accuracy, and strictly adopt standard color standard and standard font of the name and logo.


Article 39: it is strictly prohibited to embezzle, abuse, change, and modify the name and logo of the union.


Chapter VIII Event Responsibility Undertaking

Article 40: The union shall bear administrative responsibility, legal responsibility, safety responsibility, and economic responsibility for the events organized by the union.


Article 41: The main undertaker shall bear administrative responsibility, legal responsibility, safety responsibility, and economic responsibility for the events not organized by the union.


Chapter IX Intellectual Property Protection of Events

Article 42: The union shall own all intellectual property rights for the events organized by the union.


Article 43: The undertaker shall own all intellectual property rights for the events not organized by the union.


Article 44: The union supports shaping and right protection of all intellectual property rights.


Chapter X Event Management and Punishment

Article 45: Where a unit embezzles the union's name and logo in an event, the union shall be entitled to suspend the embezzling unit's membership for a year and fine 200,000 Yuan. Where the embezzling involves an entity outside the union, the union shall file a suit to investigate the legal and economic responsibility of the infringement unit according to laws.


Article 46: For the units violating the union's National Classic Vehicle Large Events Guiding Opinions, the union can give the unit with warning, notification, fine, suspension (permanent cancellation) of event organizing qualification, suspension of membership, and order to withdraw the union and so on subject to specific circumstances.


Chapter XI Supplementary Provisions

Article 47: The management measures shall be in trial implementation since the date of issuing.


Article 48: The rights for interpretation and modification of the management measures shall belong to the secretariat of the union.


Article 49: The union's National Classic Vehicle Large Events Guiding Opinions is the main appendix to the management measures, and the relevant articles shall be used combing with the management measures and the Guiding Opinions has equal administrative effectiveness as the measures.