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ATV and Quad Bike Courses

The law requires that anyone using an ATV or Quad Bike in the workplace receives adequate training.

We offer a full range of ATV courses certificated by LANTRA Awards and Protec Training.

Every year, people are killed and seriously injured on these machines.  Do not be one of them - get trained and get legal!

 

Courses are one or 2 days in duration dependant on the number of trainees you have.

You will require to provide an ATV per 2 trainees and an adequate area which has open ground and a range of terrain.  All riders must wear an approved type of helmet (EN/BS motorcycle approval recommended.)

It is important that individuals are trained on the type of machine they will use as there is a wide variety of machines available and they differ greatly in operation and stability.  (Hence we do not provide machines for training.)

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Use of ATVs (Quad Bikes) on the public highway or in any public area* requires the bike to be road legal, taxed and insured and the driver to be over 17 and hold a driving licence for a category B (or B1) vehicle.

*A ‘public area’ is any  area to which the public have reasonable access and would include, for example, a supermarket car park or a private road with regula and unrestricted public access.