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Did you know that there are over 2700 3100 photos uploaded by the great members of Hot Rod Time already!If you haven't visited the photo section of the site lately come take a look. Even better stop by and upload some of your photos and share with the rest of us. I've written a tutorial on uploading your photos that might help explain some of the features and functions of the album system. You can find the tutorial here.A couple of features of the albums in case you have not discovered them yet are: Multiple albums - each member can have multiple photo albums to organize your photos however you'd like Single upload or multiple "batch" uploading (upload lot's of photos at one time) Sharing of the photos on other social networks and websites Photo commenting - Like an image? let the uploader know! Use any photo YOU upload as your...

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Utah Street Rod and Custom Vehicle Bill Signed into LawSEMA model legislation to create a vehicle registration classification for street rods and custom vehicles was approved overwhelmingly by the Utah State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Jon Huntsman. The new law defines a street rod as an altered vehicle manufactured before 1949 and a custom as an altered vehicle at least 25 years old and manufactured after 1948. The law allows kit cars and replica vehicles to be assigned a certificate of title bearing the same model year designation as the production vehicle they most closely resemble. Thank you and congratulations to all who participated in this effort.

So I would like to enlist your assistance. As you can probably see, Hot Rod Time is growing. That's a very good thing, but here's the problem, I'M GREEDY, I always want more. Whether it be more speed, more horsepower, more torque, more shine, or in this case, more members.I sincerely believe that HRT has the best members on this World Wide Web thingy. So first I would like to personally thank you for being a member of the best gearhead community in the world. Secondly I would like to ask that each of you invite 50,000 of your closest friends to join Hot Rod Time. If you can't pull off 50,000 friends, then how about donating 1, 2, 10 or 100,000 of them. Here comes the greedy explanation, our site has come to the attention of some great advertisers that would like to help sponsor HRT full time, with real...

So you're thinking, "man what a kick butt site I just found here, but how the heck do I add photos of my ride", right? It's actually quite simple just take a look below.Start by clicking either the main 'Photos" menu, or "Photos" in the users menu. They both work and take you to the same place. The users menu however provides direct links to your photos, a menu link to upload them and a link to create a new album. Use whichever you find the easiest or most useful. There's no right or wrong way here.Here you are presented with 2 options.1 - Create Album - means exactly that, create a new photo album to store your photos2 - Upload Photos - Upload photos to an already created photo albumLet's create an album first, it's only logical right?3 - Give your album a name4 - Put in a few details...

Ever wonder how you add your events to the listing on Hot Rod Time? I'll let you in on a little secret - It's super easy!Just follow these simple guidelines on adding your events and you'll be able to add and manage all of your events here.Log into your account at Hot Rod Time 1 - Click on "Events" either in the main menu or on your profile menubar (as shown below)2 - Click on "Create"3 - Fill in the title of your event4 - Fill in a description for your event. Be sure to be as descriptive as possible and include any information that attendees may need.5 - Select the category/state for your event6 - Select the location of your event. usually acity and state but you can put the actual street address. This is used for the Google mapping shown in the event listing.7 - Select the starting and...

So, you're asking yourself how do I add our car club to Hot Rod Time's car club?Adding your car club to Hot  Rod Time is a very simple 1-2-3 process (well almost anyways)Login to your accountA - Click "Add your club" under the "Car Clubs" menuB - Select the category/state that your club is in. Select "National" if the club is a national club with members in more than one state. C - Enter your car club's name and following fields. Only the fields marked with a red asterisk * are required, the rest is optional. It's best to fill in as much information as you can though. D - If your club has a website enter it here. Be sure to use the full path like this: http://www.yourclusbwebsite.com. You can also link to your club's group on Hot Rod Time by entering the full path like this: http://www.hotrodtime.com/yourclubsname E -...

Community polls are a fun and great way to ask those questions and get those answers you want. Any member may create polls to be published and answered by other members of the community and the general public. The polls are very easy to set up, in fact there are only a few steps required to get your new poll published. Take a look...A - Click on community polls to go to the polls section of Hot Rod TimeB - Click on 'My Polls" to access only your polls. Here you can edit  a previously created poll, publish or unpublish a poll you've created, etc.C - Click "Add New Poll" to add your new poll's questions and answers D - Enter the your new poll's title hereE - Select the poll type. Currently only single selection radio button polls are supportedF - Write your poll's descripton/question here. Be as descriptive as possible...

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