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Advanced ATV Safety
It's easy to find info on the basics of all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety. Wear a helmet and other protective gear, maintain reasonable speed and be respectful of other vehicles and pedestrians. The basics are important but there's an advanced level of ATV safety you may not have heard about. Here are a few highlights: 1. Get in Shape Controlling an ATV is hard work, especially on turns, over hills and in mud. Some strength training, stamina building and flexibility exercises can help you keep your ride under control. It can also keep you from getting tired, making your off roading more fun. 2. Stay in Your Comfort Zone Whether on a course or just in a field you'll face a variety of challenges. It's okay to push your driving skills once in a while, but make sure you stay in control. If you feel the ATV getting away from you, slow down, brake to a halt as soon as you safely can, and take a breather. 3. Check Your ATV Before riding, walk around your ATV and look for damage like bent rims or low tire pressure. Start your ride at slow speed and check the steering and brakes. If you're riding at night make sure your headlights work, too. If something's gone wrong pass up the ride until you can get it fixed. 4. Walk the Route If you're riding in unfamiliar country take a few minutes to check out the trail or course. Look for tricky turns, rough terrain, mud patches, fallen trees, large rocks or other obstacles that you need to remove or avoid when riding. 5. Shun (early or late) Sun Ever noticed how much more difficult it is to drive your car facing sunset or sunrise? The same holds true with an ATV. If you ride near dawn or dusk, the twists and turns may put the sun in your eyes. Wear a sun visor on your helmet and ride with extra caution until the sun has left the horizon.
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