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How to Get Help

Since there are so many different ways that people access the Internet (different computer systems, browsers, connections, configurations, etc.), you may experience trouble with portions of this site. Unfortunately, we can't always fix whatever problem you may have; but, we're willing to give it a shot.

Some things to check on before you contact VROC, though:

  • This site is best experienced in 800 x 600 resolution or greater and with at least a 5.0 version standard browser. JavaScript needs to be enabled as well in order to update your profile.
  • AOL, MSN, and WebTV users are on your own. There are too many versions of these proprietary programs to ever know if they're working correctly with the standard Internet. If you're experiencing problems using these programs, first try accessing the site using a standard computer and browser (maybe you can visit your local library and use their systems). If the problems go away, contact AOL/MSN/WebTv for help, not VROC.
  • Make sure you're familiar with the contents of the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). Believe it or not, there's a bunch of good stuff in there.
  • If you send us a question and the answer is in the FAQ or somewhere else on this site, don't expect a response back (at least not a civil one, depending on what kind of a mood we happen to be in).
  • Don't contact the VROC system administrators to ask about your motorcycle. Post the question to the discussion group; you'll get a much better range of answers from the membership at large.

If you still need to contact the system administrators at VROC, please use the form on the Contact Us page. Be sure to include your name, VROC #, a return email address, and a complete description of the problem. The more information you give us, the better your chances that we can help you.

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