Keeping Kids Safe on ATVs

By: Anna-Lysa Gayle Email
By: Anna-Lysa Gayle Email

A new study shows children are getting injured less on ATVs. The study looked at emergency records throughout the United States.

"Precautions and safety need to start at home with the parents, personal responsibility with the parents, helmets, gloves eye protection, long pants or work boots," said Bobbi Bagley, a sales representative with Valley Motor Sports.

ATV safety is major part of Bagley's job. He has to verify that each customer meets certain age requirements. Those requirements vary from maker to maker. Some ATVs require children to be older than 10-years-old.

Bagley provides customers with a DVD after they buy an ATV. It provides safety tips for riding it. Anyone who purchases an ATV is now provided with free courses through the ATV Safety Institute.


WHSV.com is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

Keep it clean, keep it civil, keep it truthful, stay on topic, be responsible, no links, share your knowledge, and please suggest removal of comments that violate these standards.

powered by Disqus
WHSV-TV3
50 North Main Street Harrisonburg, VA 22801 540-433-9191 - Switchboard 540-433- 4028 - Fax 540-433-2700 - News Fax

WSVF Public Inspection File

Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability 214072031 - whsv.com/a?a=214072031
Gray Television, Inc.