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'''DTSG''' (''Deutsche Trampsport Gemeinschaft'') is the name of the first German [[competitive autostop]] club. The club was founded on November 26, 2011 in [[Leipzig]], [[Germany]].  
 
'''DTSG''' (''Deutsche Trampsport Gemeinschaft'') is the name of the first German [[competitive autostop]] club. The club was founded on November 26, 2011 in [[Leipzig]], [[Germany]].  
  
It's aim is to establish competitive autostop as a collaborative activity in Germany and Western Europe.  
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It's aim is to establish competitive autostop as a collaborative activity in Germany and Western Europe. Activities will include a broad range of topics, from organizing training workshops and lectures on first aid while travelling by autostop, night-hitchhiking, survival, navigation in deserted areas and other relevant topics, as well as excursions to specific (e.g. usually less travelled) destinations. Competitive, collaborative competitions, asking the participant e.g. of relevant skills in orientation / navigation in the open country, are as well part of the club's repertoire.  
  
 
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[[Category:Clubs]]

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DTSG (Deutsche Trampsport Gemeinschaft) is the name of the first German competitive autostop club. The club was founded on November 26, 2011 in Leipzig, Germany.

It's aim is to establish competitive autostop as a collaborative activity in Germany and Western Europe. Activities will include a broad range of topics, from organizing training workshops and lectures on first aid while travelling by autostop, night-hitchhiking, survival, navigation in deserted areas and other relevant topics, as well as excursions to specific (e.g. usually less travelled) destinations. Competitive, collaborative competitions, asking the participant e.g. of relevant skills in orientation / navigation in the open country, are as well part of the club's repertoire.