So I'm a member of the SCP foundation, and I remember the initiation process rather well but it's resulted in a very positive community I enjoy taking part in, because it genuinely keeps idiots out of the forum. this is a suggestion gravitated towards the BeamNG community, rather than the game itself. The initiation process requires alot of reading, about 6 pages of it. but hidden in the reading is a password that you have to give alongside a small and strictly structured introduction of yourself. The introduction was structured as follows Age Sex Location Reason for joining (hidden password stuck to the end) and was less than 200 characters. deviating from this got you rejected, you had to provide all four things. Comments that try to be funny will be denied. "If you tell me your real name, or screen name, in the application, you will be denied. I don't need to know the first, and already know the second." it was horrifyingly strict and I rather enjoyed it. The best part was they didn't tell you there was a hidden password until about 5 pages into the required reading. All the reading was, was a detailed guide on how not to be a jackass on the forum. (imported from here) This forum could benefit from a similar barrier to prevent the same problem we had on the RoR forums, which was morons ruining the average maturity level of the whole community and I think something similar to this could work out. It's a nice little barrier. I'm assuming that account managing is not the same as wikidot's though. but limit people's ability to post on this forum until they provide a password as evidence they finished the required reading would probably help keep the underage out of the forum. I'm just mentioning this now because the community is brand new and you can start preventing damage rather than trying to fix it while it's too late. it would be a shame to see this community suffer from the same problems as the RoR community. Unfortunately, you're a community centered around game with cars in it. You're extremely susceptible to children.