TRACKER Off Road ATV and Side by Side vehicles are built to connect you and those you love—family and friends—with the great outdoors, and getting out there safely is a high priority.
ATV riders should know how to drive and operate their offroad vehicle, as well as select the right safety gear, so that each ride is safe and enjoyable for all participants.
The right preparation and practice makes it easier for any level rider to handle different hazards they may encounter while riding off road.
See our tips for rider safety practices and top considerations below.
Age & Size Appropriate
With the exception of the 90, off-road vehicles are meant for operators age 16 years and older with a valid driver's license. Only ride an ATV that is right for your age.
Protective Gear & Equipment
For your safety, always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Always wear a seat belt on side-by-sides.
Avoid any substances that impair your awareness and motor skills while operating your ATV or SXS.
Safe Riding: Only Roads Less Traveled
Never ride on paved surfaces or public roads. Never carry a passenger on a single-rider ATV.
We recommend that all riders take a training course, and that they read and understand their owner’s manual before operation.
Click the following links for more information regarding in-person and/or online courses visit your dealer or the following: