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(Y6 model coming soon)
When you purchase your ATV (coming soon), we will offer you a hands-on safety training course that covers all aspects of vehicle safety. You will also be provided printed materials that explain safe operating procedures, which you should review on a regular basis. It is important to familiarize yourself with all laws and regulations concerning the operation of ATVs in your area as certain regions may hold different laws from other regions. Droyd strongly advises you to strictly follow the recommended maintenance program outlined in your owner's manual to ensure all critical components of your vehicle are thoroughly inspected and serviced at specific intervals for safety.
Many ATV injuries are head injuries. Wearing a helmet may reduce the severity of these injuries. Select a motorcycle or other motorized sports helmet and make sure the helmet is certified by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and/or the Snell Memorial Foundation. In addition, wear over-the-ankle boots, goggles, gloves, long pants, and a long-sleeved shirt to protect against cuts, abrasions, and other injuries from rocks, trees, and other debris.
Our E-ATV series are designed to carry only one person, and should be used according to the design. Built for an interactive ride, ATV drivers must be able to freely adjust their weight in any direction to accommodate for changes in situation and terrain. This is critical to maintaining safe control of the ATV, and riding with passengers inhibits that ability.
Avoid Paved Roads
Because of how they are made, ATVs are difficult to control on paved roads, causing collisions with other vehicles, which can be deadly. A majority of ATV fatalities occur on paved roads.
No Driving Under the Influence
Alcohol and drugs impair reaction time and judgement—two essential skills for safe ATV use.
Be aware of Age Limits
Children are involved in about one-third of all ATV-related deaths and hospital emergency room injuries. Most of these deaths and injuries occur when a child is driving or riding on an adult ATV. Children under 16 on adult ATVs are twice as likely to be injured as those riding youth ATVs. Please be aware of the age limits on the Product User Manual, and do not permit children to operate the vehicle.
Consumer Product Safety Commission
To learn more about ATV safety, call the Consumer Product Safety Commission at (800) 638-2772.
Hands-On Safety Course
The Hands-on Safety Course provides drivers formal training on how to control ATVs in typical situations. Drivers with formal, hands-on ATV training have a lower injury risk than drivers with no formal training.
The safety course is coming soon and will be available to all customers at no charge. Please visit svia.org for more information.