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446 Posts was created with the intention of providing a comfortable and safe place for people who own, previously owned or just have an interest in Peugeot to meet, exchange ideas, share information and enjoy each other's company. These forums are maintained in that spirit and members are expected to honour those goals. The basic guide to etiquette is this: be polite, be mature, keep your language as clean as possible and respect the opinions of others (even if you disagree). You are reminded that you agreed to our Terms and Conditions when signing up to the forum.

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Behaviour of this kind will not be tolerated AT ALL. If you display this behaviour on our forums then you will be warned and then banned if you persist. You will be given one warning max. Serious violations of this rule will be met with an instant and permanent ban.


Lurk (anonymously observe) before you leap. When you jump into a forum, do not post any comments right away. Try to read and catch up with what is going on and observe what people are saying. After you feel comfortable and think you are ready to add useful information/comments to the conversation, please do so. If you are looking for certain information you may find it has already been posted on the relevant forum so have a look through the recent topic titles. Consider using the forums' search facility -located via the top menu bar. At the very least, please read the Newest Post page before posting - you may find your question/information has already recently been answered/posted. This reduces the amount of constant repeat posts.

While not a rule as such, please make an intro thread to who you are, where you’re from and what car you own in the introductions sub forum. Link here.


Everything that takes place within this forum is the responsibility of the team who own and run it. If that means we must edit, remove or close any posts/threads we feel are not in the best interests of the forum, or the public at large, we reserve the right to do so without your permission.


There are a number of different forums on these message boards - the full list is on the 'forum index' page. Please use the appropriate forum when starting a new topic. 9 times out of 10 you will get the best answers from the model specific forums. Messages relating to a specific topic should be posted on that topic's own forum and if a forum has not been set up for that topic then please contact the moderators so it can be set up. Post only one thread! The occasional bump is acceptable if you don't get the answer you are looking for, but please do not do it too much.

Please do not post car related issues on support forum. Site issues only. How to/tutorial section is for guides and advice. No questions here either, just the answers!


Do try and keep to the topic of the thread as thread jacking and cross posting, (posting the same content across various threads/sub forums), is prohibited. If you want to raise a new issue then consider whether a new topic is more appropriate.


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What is a troll? It's a person who posts something which is bound to stir people up and then sits back and watches as dozens of people jump in and start arguing. Sometimes trolls get their friends to join in or post under different names. Generally they will do anything it takes to get attention. If you see a message like this, please try and refrain from replying to it - it may well be deleted anyway. Again, use the report function where appropriate.


Power-posting is when board members post 'empty' messages to the board, in order to simply increase their number of posts more quickly. Examples of power-posting are replying to a message with only 'LOL' or 'I agree', but failing to contribute anything further to the discussion. If you reply to a message, make sure you have something to say. Power posting clutters up the forums, clutters up the 'new posts' function, and uses extra bandwidth and server space. While we don't mind people using bandwidth to chat usefully on the board, we do mind people using it just because they want a more impressive 'post counter'. If you're not sure if you're power-posting, take a moment and think it over before you post. If all your post contains is a 'LOL' or an emoticon, it's a power-post. If it adds something to the discussion, it isn't.


Spam is a blight upon the face of the net. Nobody likes it. However, it is hard to avoid. Despite our best efforts, you will very occasionally see spam on the forums. Complaining about spam in public increases noise, but not signal. It may make you feel better, but it doesn't help. In fact it makes it harder to remove offending posts. If you see spam, hit report.


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