About the Study Guide

You are looking at the Texas Offroad Rider’s Ed Study Guide. At the present time, you cannot obtain off-road education certification from Offroad Ed. However, you can use this Study Guide as a resource to learn more about off-road safety.

OHM rider and ATV rider making themselves visible to each other on a trail
  • Make yourself visible to other drivers.
    • Wear bright clothing.
    • Use your lights at all times.
    • Use hand signals when turning or stopping.
    • Flash your brake lights when you slow to a stop.
    • Ride in the area of the road where others are most likely to see you.
    • Stay out of blind spots.
    • Let the driver ahead see you.
    • Help drivers at intersections see you.
    • Use whip flags on sand dunes.
  • Practice skills in a safe area before exploring more difficult areas.
  • Always observe regulations.
  • Never drink and ride.

When riding your OHM at night:

  • Always use your lights.
  • Slow down to give yourself more time to react.
  • Increase the distance between yourself and the vehicle in front of you.