Safe ATV riding
Like any activity involving a machine or motorized vehicle, riding an ATV can be risky. To help stay safe, follow common sense safety tips. A smart rider is a safe rider.
Here are some smart riding tips:
Take a training course and learn how to safely control the ATV that you are riding.
Wear protective gear, including an approved helmet, over the ankle boots, eye and hand protection as well as long pants and a long sleeved shirt. A chest protector is also highly recommended. Make sure your helmet is safely buckled.
Brought to you by:
Oxford County Injury Prevention Team and the Government of Ontario.
Click here for a Guide to Safe ATV Riding.
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