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Girl Play ATV Safety Course


Always wear protective gear 

Many ATV injuries are head injuries.  Wearing a helmet may reduce the severity of these injuries.  Select a motorcycle or other
motorized sports helmet and make sure the helmet is certified by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).  In addition wear over the ankle boots, goggles, gloves, long pants and long sleeved shirt to protect against cuts, abrasions and other injuries from rocks, trees and other debris.


Do not drive ATV's with a passenger or ride as a passenger

The majority of ATV's are designed to carry only one person.  ATV's are designed for interactive riding.  Drivers must be able to shift their weight freely in all directions, depending on the situation and terrain.  Interactive riding is critical to maintain safe control of an ATV especially on varying terrain.  Passengers can make it difficult for drivers to control the ATV.


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Important tips for safer riding

Get trained 
Wear a helmet
No children on adult ATV's
Don't ride tandem
Don't ride on pavement
Don't ride under the influence