ATV Safety Institute offers free banner ads urging safe riding

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The ATV Safety Institute is launching a series of online banner ads to promote its free, interactive ATV safety courses at atvsafety.org.

The ads range in size and message and are available at no charge to retailers, manufacturers, distributors, riding clubs, youth groups, media and others interested in ATV safety. They are designed to be posted on web sites and link to the ASI E-Course registration page.

The ATV E-Courses are customized for three specific groups: adult, teen (12-15 years old) and youth (6-11 years old). The adult E-Course also includes tips and advice for parents and guardians to coach and supervise youth throughout their ongoing learning process.

“We’d like to see everyone with a web site and a stake in ATV safety help us spread the word about this free online training,” says Ray Ochs, director of training systems for ASI. “Our interactive E-Courses can help riders of all ages and experience levels. They are great preparation for our half-day, hands-on ATV Safety Institute RiderCourse and they are a good way to refresh your knowledge. However, online training is certainly no substitute for the real-world experience gained through an actual RiderCourse.”

Each self-paced ATV E-Course runs about two hours and focuses on ASI’s Golden Rules as well as general ATV knowledge and riding fundamentals. The online courses include riding-experience videos from a first-person point of view, animation, and interactive learning exercises and quizzes to self-test knowledge gained. Users can bookmark the courses, take a break at any time and resume later where they left off.

Posted by Holly Wagner