If you are under 16 years of age, after you register for the course, you’ll study the free online course material, and then you’ll take the Oregon Certification Exam. (If you don’t pass on the first try, don’t worry. Keep taking the exam until you pass.)

If you are 16 years of age or older, after you register for the course, you will be given the option to take the Challenge Exam or start the course.

Example of ATV Safety Education Card

Create an Offroad Ed Account

Creating an account with offroad-ed.com allows you to leave the course when necessary and pick up where you left off when you log back in.

Note All fields are required unless noted.

Username and Password

A Few Personal Details About You

These student information questions have been specifically requested by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Your information is not shared with any outside parties.

Please take care to enter your full, official name as it will appear on your certificate. Capitalization is especially important.

Please make sure to enter your correct date of birth. Using an incorrect date of birth may invalidate your certificate or prevent it from being issued entirely.

State Required Information

The state of Oregon requires this information for all ATV Safety Education Card applicants.

Contact Information

This information is also required by the state and is only used to contact you regarding the course or certificate. Your information is not shared with any outside parties beyond Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

Re-enter the e-mail address from above, just to make sure we’ve got it right.