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Hands-on Training

Hands-On Training Requirement

There are two types of hands-on courses that satisfy Oregon’s requirements for riders under 16 years of age to get their ATV Safety Education Card:

•    Training courses that assume no previous knowledge or skill on the rider’s part; or,
 

•    Evaluation courses which assess the skills of a rider who feel they are already “trained”.
 

Both types of courses must adhere to Oregon’s minimum standards for training established in Administrative Rule 736-004-0120.
 
Already Trained?
Those who have already received hands-on training via ASI or MSF (or the Canadian Safety Council) and have completed the on-line safety training (above) have already met this requirement and can get a new, endorsed, ATV Safety Education Card at no cost now! Just send us a copy of the card provided by the hands-on instructor with an application and we’ll do the rest.
 
**Click here for the “Training Endorsement Request” form 
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CLICK HERE To locate training near you on OPRD’s training locator web page
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Training Courses (click on course name to see more)

ATV Safety Institute (ASI) – Class I  
           Adult and youth training statewide 
 
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) – Class III 
           Adult and youth training statewide 

Puget Sound Safety (PSS) – Class III
           Adult and youth beginner, intermediate & advanced training Washington and Willamette Valley
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Evaluation Courses (click on course name to see more)

Oregon ATV Safety (a 4H Youth Development Program) - Class I & IV

           Youth evaluation statewide 
 
Oregon Motorcycle Riders Association (OMRA) – Class III 
           Youth evaluation statewide 
 
LYON Off-Road Certification Center – Class I & III 
           Youth evaluation Willamette Valley and beyond 

Oregon Off-Road Riders Association (OORRA)- Class I, III, & IV          

           Youth evaluation-Willamette Valley and beyond


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