Montana’s Off Highway Vehicle safety education program is coordinated by the Parks Division of Fish, Wildlife & Parks.

Online Safety Courses

Montana Off-Highway Vehicle Safety Courses are available online from Fresh Air Educators or the ATV Safety Institute. You may work at your own pace, and save and restart the course at anytime. At the completion of each chapter, you will take a quiz. At the end of the online course, you will take a final exam. When you pass the off highway vehicle safety certification exam, you will be able to print a temporary off highway vehicle safety certificate, and your permanent card will be mailed to you within a few weeks. There is a modest cost for the course, but the certificate has no expiration date, so this is a one-time fee. http://www.atvsafety.org/

Hands-on Safety Courses

Enroll in an ASI (ATV Safety Institute) certified hands on safety course today! It’s a fun-filled half day of riding on a closed course that will benefit all skill levels and be fun for the whole family. Class sizes are limited to 8 students and they fill up fast so don’t delay!

Enroll in a certified DirtBike School course, a fun, one-day, hands-on training session available to anyone six years old or above. At approved training sites, MSF certified DBS Coaches will teach you basic riding skills and responsible riding practices, including risk management and environmental awareness.

http://www.dirtbikeschool.org/Default.aspx

Contact Montana State Parks at (406) 444-7642 or http://stateparks.mt.gov/recreation/ohvProgram.html.

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