Official Offroad Vehicle Safety Courses
State-approved online ATV safety courses that meet mandatory education requirements
ATVs and ORVs have been increasing in popularity over the past decade. As trails and recreational areas become more crowded, it’s more important than ever for people to operate these vehicles safely and responsibly.
What ATV riders are saying about our online education course
“I just finished your online safety course. I wanted to say it was a wonderful alternative to sitting in a classroom. It was well organized, and I feel like I really learned a lot.”Joseph, Offroad Ed student (read more testimonials)
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The ATV Safety Education Curriculum
All Offroad Ed safety education resources have been developed in conjunction with the state safety agencies responsible for ATV and ORV education.
Through comprehensive instructional content and illustrations, interactive learning exercises and games, and the best ATV safety videos available anywhere, students learn the safe operation of ATVs, general information about off-road survival skills, and laws that apply to ATV operation.
What is the difference between ATVs, ORVs, OHVs, and UTVs? Each state defines the differences between off-road vehicle types in their own way. When you take your state's ATV online license course, you will learn which vehicles are legal in your state and how each type of all-terrain or off-road vehicle is defined.
ATV Safety Education for Children and Parents
Children are at risk. Nationwide, statistics show that children under the age of 16 account for 30% of ORV accidents and fatalities.
Parents play an important role. As your child’s teacher and safety advisor, you must be familiar with the ATV safety requirements.