A forum's a community - an extension of the DSG onto the internet. The website's good for getting information out there, but it's essentially static and pretty one-way; we put the information up, you look at it. A forum is much more like a chat at a show or at the pub, or a phone conversation; it's two way. It's not a substitute for conversation, and we wouldn't want it to be - but it does mean you can ask a question of or start a discussion with a wide variety of people at once, wherever they are and whenever they're available.
The forum's split into several sub-forums for different subjects; as well as general discussions there are DSG and forum announcements, sales and advertising, an events forum where you can discuss, suggest and make arrangements for upcoming shows, a motorsport forum, technical and historical discussions, vehicle histories and registers, and places to chat, moan, have a joke and more.
Some of these are open to all, some to DSG members only. You can go straight there and start reading, but if you want to start a new topic or reply to an existing one - or view the members' forums - you'll have to register with our partners, Yuku.