Getting proper training through ASI’s ATV RiderCourse and regularly refreshing your riding skills will help guide you in staying safe and having fun on ATVs,” said ASI Vice President Tom Yager. “Following the ASI’s Golden Rules every time you ride is key in preventing crashes and injuries. We urge dealers, ATV enthusiasts and journalists to promote the Golden Rules by embedding the ASI’s Golden Rules graphics on their websites and sharing them on social media.”
IRVINE, CA, May 1, 2014 – This summer, for one week (June 8-15), the ATV Safety Institute will be launching ATV Safety Week throughout the country. ASI is working with partners all across the country who have volunteered to provide free ATV RiderCourse training and other ATV safety education opportunities.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 92 percent of all ATV-related fatalities are the result of warned-against behaviors, such as youth riding on adult-sized ATVs. Take some time during ATV Safety Week and learn about the proper operation of your machine, find out about helmets and other proper protective gear, and learn ways to dramatically reduce risk for you, your family and friends.
IRVINE, Calif., March 4, 2013 – All-terrain vehicle injuries have declined significantly over the past five years, showing “a change in trend direction” according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The CPSC’s 2011 Annual Report of All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV)-Related Deaths and Injuries, released today, shows the CPSC is reporting a decrease in the estimated number of ATV injuries for the fifth consecutive year.
IRVINE, Oct. 10, 2012 – The ATV Safety Institute hosted its first-ever Autumn ATV Safety Week event yesterday near Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, giving national media outlets the opportunity to experience the nationally recognized, hands-on ATV RiderCourseSM and speak with key staff members.
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 9, 2012 – Creative, cash winning kids from coast to coast are getting their videos on safe and responsible ATV riding posted online as public service announcements by the ATV Safety Institute, MSF’s DirtBike SchoolSM and the Right Rider Access Fund.
A judging panel from ASI, Right Rider Access Fund and the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) selected the winners among dozens of entries from young enthusiasts nationwide, all aiming to highlight ASI’s Golden Rules of ATV Safety or the MSF DirtBike School’s Dirt Bike Riding Tips.
IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 29, 2012 – As the Labor Day weekend nears, ATV enthusiasts all over the country are gearing up to trade their pavement-bound daily commuter for their favorite off-highway vehicle to take advantage of the three-day weekend. The ATV Safety Institute, along with the nation’s major ATV manufacturers and distributors, urges the 35 million riders currently operating more than 10 million ATVs across the U.S. to ride safely and responsibly this weekend and every weekend.