A huge thank you to all of the members, directors and officers that attended the VASA Annual Meeting this past Saturday. It was a very productive meeting and we are excited about what is to come in 2015. We would like to say thank you to Anah Tuttle for her year's of service on the Board and Executive Board and welcome Doug Wheeler from the Bennington Trail Cruisers onto the Executive Board. We would also like to say thank you and congratulations to Dave LaFlower from the Topsham Trail Riders and Ron Sanderson from the Southern Vermont Trail Riders who were both honored as members of the year. Thank you again to all members, volunteers and landowners. We would not be where we are today without you.
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OFFICE Vermont ATV Sportsman's Association, Inc. (VASA)
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VASA encourages and promotes safe ATV operation. It is important to carefully read and follow the instructions and warnings in the owner’s manual and on labels. ATVs handle differently from other vehicles such as motorcycles and cars. Proper instruction and practice are important.
ATVs can be hazardous to operate. For your safety, always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Never carry passengers (unless your ATV was so designed) or engage in stunt riding. Avoid excessive speeds. Riding and alcohol or other drugs don’t mix. Be extra careful on difficult terrain. Respect the land owner, stay on the legal trail or seek written permission to use another's land.
Below are some useful safety links:
Please Click Here to view the Vermont State Statute 3501 regarding ATV Safety Course and the Issuance of Certificate. It is the law that all ATV riders under the age of 18 successfully pass an ATV Safety Exam and possess a completion certificate. Please Click Here to be directed to the Vermont State Police's Online ATV Safety Course and Exam. This ATV course lets you get your Vermont all-terrain vehicle safety education certificate online so that you can comply with Vermont education law.
ATV Safety Institute The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute® (ASI), a not-for-profit division of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America® (SVIA), was formed in 1988 to implement an expanded national program of all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety education and awareness. ASI's primary goal is to promote the safe and responsible use of ATV's, thereby reducing accidents and injuries that may result from improper ATV operation by the rider. For safety information or to enroll in an ATV RiderCourse, call (800) 887-2887 or visit View site...