The ATV Safety Institute introduced a new logo to coincide with the launch of its annual ATV Safety Week that will run from June 1 through 10, at free ASI ATV RiderCourses across the nation.
“The new logo retains the Americana red and blue colors that are so familiar to our licensed instructors and students during the past four decades, but now it graphically depicts our focus as a safety organization, which is on the rider and the safe and proper use of an ATV,” said Erik Pritchard, president of the ATV Safety Institute. “The logo communicates some of our eight Golden Rules for safety, such as wearing the proper gear and riding the proper size vehicle, all of which participants will learn at our ATV Safety Week RiderCourses.”
Pritchard emphasized that ASI provides free training year-round to purchasers of a qualifying ATVs, but during the first week of June, training is open to everyone who owns an ATV. If you don’t own an ATV, some classes have loaners available.
The half-day, hands-on ASI RiderCourses are taught by licensed instructors and are available to adults, youth and families. Riders can find the closest training sites by going to ATVsafety.org and clicking on ATV Safety Week or by calling 800-887-2887.
Visitors to the website also should explore the free online E-Course. ASI encourages families to take the E-Course together.