100% Vermont‐Approved ATV Safety Course
A course on safe and responsible ATV operation approved by the Vermont State Police
unlimited exam attempts
Vermont-Approved ATV Course
The Vermont Offroad Ed Course is approved and accepted by the Vermont State Police.
What’s Included in an Approved Course
A wide variety of topics are included in this Vermont course.
- The basics of safe ATV operation
- Responsibilities of off-road vehicle operators to others and the environment
- General information on preparing for the unexpected
The educational content in this course can help you enjoy off-roading safely and with less impact on the environment.
Terms for off-road vehicles vary from state to state. These common acronyms are used to refer to vehicles.
All-Terrain Vehicle. A type of OHV with low-pressure, knobby tires designed for riding on unpaved surfaces.
Off-Highway Motorcycle. A category of motorcycles equipped for certain off-road sports. These motorcycles may or may not be “street-legal.”
Off-Highway Vehicle. A two-, three-, or four-wheeled vehicle that has a motor and is designed for riding on unpaved surfaces. OHVs are also commonly known as ORVs.
Utility Terrain Vehicle. A type of OHV where the driver and a passenger can sit side-by-side in the vehicle. They are most commonly known as UTVs (Utility Terrain Vehicle, Utility Task Vehicle, or just Utility Vehicle) or Side-by-Side Vehicles. UTVs are not designed for use on paved surfaces.
Vermont State Police
103 S. Main St. Waterbury, VT 05671
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