Do you need Wisconsin ATV/OHM education?
For ATV riders — You must be at least 12 years old and were born after Dec. 31, 1987.
For OHM riders — You must be at least 12 years old and were born after Dec. 31, 1997.
There is no minimum age requirement to take this online course. However, your certificate will not be valid until you turn 12 years old.
You do not have to be a resident of Wisconsin to take this online course.
ATV/OHM education is currently required in several U.S. states and Canadian provinces.
Is the ATV/OHM Card the same as the ATV/OHM License?
The Offroad Safety Certificate is proof that you have successfully completed all of the components of an approved ATV/OHM safety course and allows you to go off-roading. Because the ATV/OHM education card or certificate does not expire and does not need to be renewed, it is not called the Wisconsin ATV/OHM License.
Why ATV/OHM Safety Education Is Important
These vehicles have been increasing in popularity during the past decade. As trails and recreation areas become more crowded, it’s especially important for people to operate these vehicles safely and responsibly.
Most states and provinces that have mandatory education requirements will accept the Offroad Safety Certificate. (This is known as “reciprocity.”) If you plan to snowmobile in another state, make sure you check that state’s reciprocity laws before doing so.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
101 S. Webster Street
PO Box 7921
Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7921
Need help? Here are the answers to the questions Wisconsin ATV/OHM students most frequently ask.Wisconsin Frequently Asked Questions