1. DO NOT back into angled spots downtown before 5 pm; park as if shopping.
2. DO NOT put your chairs on the sidewalk until 5 PM.
3. DO NOT save spaces for others
4. No “FOR SALE” signs in windows. Signs put on the seat are OK. we are not a used car lot.
5. Only cars 1972 and older are invited to participate.
6. Due to space demand by vintage, classic and special interest autos, we regret being unable to provide parking space for those wishing to display motorcycles/tricycles or cars on trailers.
7. NO DOGS ALLOWED. NO ANIMALS, NO PETS OF ANY KIND!
8. DO NOT move red cones that have been set out by staff.
Starting at 4:30 PM. with the help of an Auburn Cruise Nite staff person, we will be turning the cars at Lincoln and Elm and work down the hill, leaving a 3 foot separation between cars.
PLEASE BE AT YOUR CAR AT 4 PM.
We reserve the right to refuse any entry.
Thank you for abiding by these rules
There are several reasons we don’t allow dogs. Liability is the biggest. Then think of your poor dogs feet. Most nights are hot and the pavement is extremely hot on your poor dogs paws.
Your dog peeing on the wheels and tires that can cost thousands of dollars is only a small part of the liabilty. Dogs fighting with each other, biting kids, paws being stepped on, people tripping over leashes. These are a few of the liability scenarios that can happen when there are a large number of people at a gathering.
We work under the Downtown Business Associations insurance umbrella and it was decided over 20 years ago it would be a dog free event.
Thank you for your question. Special interest vehicles include vintage firetrucks, ambulances, military vehicles etc. We allow kit cars as long as the car body design is older the 1972, such as a 55 Chevy Bel Air body on a modern frame. Hope you enjoy coming to Cruise Nite. Stop by the info table and say “hi”.