Remember, we're a diverse community of people with diverse opinions. Everyone
wants to be treated with respect, and showing respect to others makes
the community better for all members.
Asking clear questions
Keep your questions concise, but be descriptive enough to help people
understand what you're asking. Correct spelling and grammar help people
find your questions, and you'll get better answers when others can clearly
make out what you're asking.
Place your question
where it belongs
Categorize your question correctly. Placing your question in the right
category ensures that it is seen by people who can give you better information
and more accurate answers.
Exploiting the community
OldRide Answers is a place to gain knowledge, not customers or page views.
If you have years of experience in something, have a special hobby, own
your own business, or if you are a knowledge partner, it's OK to accompany
a good, on-topic answer with a link to your website, blog, or email to
offer more information. However, it is not OK to post links that are unrelated
to the topic or are clearly meant only to solicit others for personal
and financial gain. Also prohibited are solicitations like "Will
you add me as a contact?" or propositioning people.
Venting, ranting, or
using hate speech
OldRide Answers isn't the place to vent personal frustrations or rant
about issues. We are a community of people with diverse beliefs, opinions,
and backgrounds, so please be respectful and keep hateful and incendiary
comments off OldRide.com. Such behavior will result in your account being
Chatting or otherwise
violating the question-and-answer format
OldRide Answers is a community of questions and answers, not a chat room.
If a post is neither a question nor an answer, it doesn't belong here.
If you’re looking for a place to chat with others, try OldRide Groups.
Be responsible and don’t misrepresent yourself or give advice in
a way that might cause someone harm.