1. Before departing hold a drivers meeting and give each driver a printout of the route turn by turn with odometer reading. Review the road rules. Assign someone with a radio to be the sweeper. (The sweeper is the last car that lets the group leader know when everyone has made a light or a turn onto a new road.) Determine a radio frequency to set the GMRS/FRS family radios.
2. Lights on. Set odometers to zero. Do a radio check.
3. Generally speaking only eight or ten cars can make it through a traffic light before it changes. If your drive group is larger than ten, it is best to break it down into separate groups with a different leader and sweeper. Separate the groups by approximately five to ten minutes so as to avoid confusion on the radios. You may wish to use different channel frequencies.
4. Signal all turns early and relentlessly.
5. Favor the right (slow or travel) lane when on a highway.
6. Allow suitable clear distance between you and the car in front of you. This will prove it