Driving on the runway should be minimized. Motor vehicles tend to damage the runway more than aircraft do (especially during hot days). If you must drive on the runway please do so with caution.
If you are walking on, or near the runway do not wear headsets, ear buds, or any other device that may diminish your ability to hear aircraft in the ASAOA traffic pattern. If you can hear a plane overhead in the traffic pattern, you will have more time to move to a safe place (well off the runway) prior to its landing.
Drivers of vehicular traffic on or near the runway must make it obvious to a landing pilot that they have seen his/her aircraft and are moving out of the way. Vehicles must move at least one full ‘car length’ (preferably more) off the edge of the paved runway.
Heavy vehicles are not permitted on the paved runway.
Keep speeds to five (5) miles per hour or below to keep dust down on the gravel road that runs alongside the runway.