Six Videos Help Teach ATV Safety

Students seeking their ATV license by studying at offroad-ed.com will now benefit from six new videos that feature need-to-know information about how to stay safe.

“Families across the country are taking up riding off-road vehicles as a way to get outdoors,”┬ásaid Kurt Kalkomey, president of Kalkomey Enterprises. “Our new safety videos at offroad-ed.com make it a lot easier to learn the rules of the off-road. Each ATV video is only about 5 minutes long and supplements the course’s detailed illustrations and animations.”

The new ATV safety videos feature professional actors that students can easily relate to and attention-getting graphics. The videos are created to entertain students while delivering important safety tips and information. Topics covered in this series of six videos include ATV safety gear, matching the rider to the ride, how to conduct a pre-ride inspection, basic riding skills, riding smart and reducing risks, and loading and unloading an ATV.

The training offered at offroad-ed.com is approved by the state agencies responsible for ATV safety education. Students who need to complete an ATV safety course to get their ATV license or safety certificate can now take that training on their smartphone, tablet or laptop at offroad-ed.com. The course automatically sizes itself to whatever device is being used, no app required.

Studying at offroad-ed.com is free. Students who must be certified before operating an ATV pay a one-time fee, which is due only if they pass the test. ATV safety courses are available online in participating states, so visit offroad-ed.com for official, state-specific courses.

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