So you have finally completed the process of ATV ownership and obtained an ATV insurance policy. Here are a few final things to keep in mind to make sure you keep yourself and others safe while four-wheeling.
Make and Model. Understand how the ATV is designed to be used and then follow the manufacturer's recommendations. Common examples include the ability to ride on or off-road and number of passengers. Remember, failure to abide by manufacturers recommendations can increase the risk of injury or accidents resulting in higher insurance claims.
Always wear a helmet and protective goggles when riding to help reduce the risk of injury in the event of an accident. Staying safe helps ensure a small accident doesn't turn into big trouble.
Obtain free ATV educational materials to make sure you know the rules of the road and proper ATV safety measures. Awareness and education help prevent accidents and injuries and also decrease the likelihood of ATV insurance claims. Obtain free ATV information by contacting the ATV Safety Institute at:
ATV Safety Institute
2 Jenner Street, Suite 150
Irvine, CA 92618
The above-listed tips are for informational use only. Refer to your insurance policy contract for specific information regarding your coverages and for actual terms, conditions and exclusions. The above statements are general in nature and may or may not reflect the actual terms of your insurance policy.