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2017-2018 trail permits for groomer club !!!

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bonjour !!!

just to let you know that trail permits landed at the clubhouse !!!

 

jean-guy


Our club can accept payment in Canadian funds in the following ways:

Check or Money Order

Mailed to:
Club La Coulee Verte
314, St Raphael St.
Albertville, Quebec
G0J 1A0

Credit Card: I need your name, number, and expiry date.
Visa
Master Card
American Express



Personal Information Required for the Permit

Last name: ___________________

First name: ___________________

Address: ___________________

City: ___________________

Province/State: ___________________

Country: ___________________

Postal Code/Zip ___________________

Phone number: ___________________

Email: ___________________

Snowmobile Details

Make: ___________________

Model: ___________________

Year: ___________________

Serial Number: ___________________

Registration/Plate Number: ___________________

Is your sled insured? Yes______ No______

Permit prices for season 2017-2018

The price of a trail permit includes the cost of the liability insurance, defined as mandatory under article 19 of the Act respecting off-highway vehicles, as well as all applicable taxes.

  • 315 $ for an annual trail permit purchased on or before December 9, 2017
  • 390 $ for an annual trail permit purchased after December 9, 2017
  • 560 $ for an annual trail permit sold on trail*
  • 230 $ for an annual trail permit for antique snowmobiles (1998 and older)
  • 215 $ for a 7-day trail permit
  • 130 $ for a 3-day trail permit
  • 60 $ for a 1-day trail permit
  • 570 $ for an annual trail permit for a rental snowmobil

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10 hours ago, groomer said:

560 $ for an annual trail permit sold on trail*

Does the *  lead to a note that the rider has the option of having few local club guys load your gear onto their nearby pick up truck for safe keeping until you get back from hiking to the ATM?

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2 hours ago, PLAYHARD said:

Does the *  lead to a note that the rider has the option of having few local club guys load your gear onto their nearby pick up truck for safe keeping until you get back from hiking to the ATM?

bonsoir playhard !!!

ahhaha

you re slightly '' off the trail '' !!!

the club does nt  offer that service !!! ahahhah

the * , means that the groomer operator carry a pair of snowshoes to get you to the nearest  caisse populaire ....while waiting for you with your  $$$$ and taking care of your sled !!!

if no $$$ on your way back , i put the '' bull '' down and bury your sled !!!

 

bonne soirée !!!

 

 

jean-guy

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2 hours ago, smclelan said:

Information Sent

hi smclelan !!!

 

just checked my e-mails !!!

many thx again for the support ..

see you early  in the season i guess !!!

 

jean-guy

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9 minutes ago, smclelan said:

Glad to support your club.

 

I will be there as soon as there is enough snow, I need to try out the new sled!

of course !!!

 

jean-guy 

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On 10/24/2017 at 9:20 PM, smclelan said:

Glad to support your club.

 

I will be there as soon as there is enough snow, I need to try out the new sled!

Do tell Steven what are you riding?

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On 10/31/2017 at 9:18 PM, smclelan said:

I figured after 32,000km it was time to upgrade.  There is a new 2018 Renegade 1200 in my garage.  Wired in the GPS mount last night, all that is left is to install the saddle bag mounts.

Very nice, wish you many thousand reliable klicks and hope to cross trails this winter.

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Planning a trip now with some of the degenerates I travel with in early January. Hope to travel from NB border across PQ to the Val Dor area and back. It would be great to cross paths.  I will also make a couple tours around the Gaspésie region, and hope to get down and visit the Universal for a cocktail and a tour with Mike.

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Hey there, just confirming that this route is fine for choosing your club:  

 

(Still waiting for a VIN from Santa's elves, should be before the discount deadline)

 

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7 hours ago, PLAYHARD said:

Nope that is pas bon

Use this for groomer.

“01-116 for us ....

you can find it on the clubs lists on the fcmq site !!!”

from another post in online trail permits. 

 

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bonjour playhard and iceman !!!

 

merci !!!

 

very appreciated....video will help a few i guess !!!

and yes..... iceman is right....01--116 for us !!!

great morning ....sunny and -14 c !!!

 

jean-guy

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1 hour ago, PLAYHARD said:

 

Thinking I need to get this onto my playlist, right after I get a playlist!

 

 

 

bonjour playhard !!!

awesome !!!

i laughed so hard .....hahhahah....i had tears !!!

great sense of humor !!!

cloudy all day ....few fleurries....-8c !!!

 

jean-guy

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