Consistently, there are almost 700 ATV-related passings and more than 100,000 crisis room visits across the nation, as indicated by the U.S. Purchaser Product Safety Commission. Truth be told, 53 kids in 2016 kicked the bucket who were younger than 16. Huge numbers of these terrible occurrences can be forestalled if all riders get prepared and are managed while driving.
Before your kid goes for a ride on an ATV, Renee McCabe from Safe Kids Greater Augusta prescribes these ATV wellbeing tips for all ages:
- Never let a kid under 16 ride an adult ATV
- Avoid cleared streets and ride just on assigned path at a protected speed
- Try not to ride with a traveler or as a traveler
- Always wear protective gear, such as helmets, eye protection, boots, gloves, long pants, and a long-sleeved shirt.
- Get preparing from a certified teacher