The following non-profit organizations offer safety information specialized for your form of OHV recreation.
WHO ARE WE?
We are a family oriented off-road group, dedicated to making better neighbors of ourselves, especially our youth. This is an area of concern to everyone and mitigating conflict between urbanization and recreation, we can successfully promote this tremendous outdoor sport to the benefit of all.
It's a job that needs doing! With your help, we can do it.-------
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
1.Be a responsible rider! Prove to the anti-OHV groups that we are safe, courteous and environmentally friendly. 2.Have legal and safe vehicles with spark arresters and quiet pipes (excessively loud vehicles are our own worst enemies). 3.Drive slowly on dirt roads near homes/neighborhoods, people, animals and other vehicles. 4.Encourage others to be respectful and responsible. 5.Use common sense. 6.Be respectful to law and code enforcement officers.