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Sign Up for Snowmobile Safety Classes
« on: October 18, 2017, 04:27:58 PM »

News from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

Contact us at www.wildnh.com/about/contact.html
For information and online licenses, visit www.wildnh.com


Sign Up for Snowmobile Safety Classes

CONTACT:
Capt. David Walsh: 603-271-3129
Dennis Etchells: 603-271-3129

October 18, 2017


CONCORD, N.H. -- Winter is almost here, and snowmobile education classes are underway across the state. To operate a snowmobile or off-highway recreational vehicle (OHRV) in New Hampshire, any person age 12 or older must have either a valid motor vehicle driver's license or have successfully completed an approved OHRV/Snowmobile Safety Education class taught by volunteer instructors and staff trained by the NH Fish and Game Department. Additionally, all children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a licensed adult when operating a snowmobile or OHRV, unless they are on property belonging to their parents, grandparents, or guardians.

Sign up soon if you or someone you know needs a class. There is no charge for traditional classes, which are completed in a single day.

For a current class schedule, visit www.wildnh.com/ohrv/education.html .

New classes are added as they become available.

Traditional classroom OHRV and Snowmobile Safety Education courses, taught by nearly 150 Fish and Game-certified volunteer instructors and Regional Coordinators, are available statewide at no charge and offer the preferred method of certification. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to attend.

As an alternative to the traditional courses, participants have the option of completing the safety training online for a fee of $29.50. "The online courses provide a convenient opportunity for students to obtain their NH Rider Certificate, at their own pace, while learning key safety information we find important for riding both OHRVs and snowmobiles," said Captain David Walsh, OHRV/Snowmobile Education and Law Enforcement Coordinator for NH Fish and Game. "The entire course can be taken on a smartphone, tablet, or computer and offers a fun approach to learning by using live-action video and interactive learning modules."

Many of the trained volunteer instructors are affiliated with one of the more than 100 snowmobile clubs in New Hampshire. "Joining a snowmobile club is a great way to learn about safe riding, help support local landowners, and help maintain trails for your own and others' enjoyment," Walsh said.

For more information on how to become involved with a snowmobile club, visit www.nhsa.com .


In addition to safety education, this winter Fish and Game Conservation Officers will be out on the trails conducting patrols to detect and apprehend impaired snowmobile operators, enforce speed limits, deter unlawful off-trail riding, and detect machines with modified exhaust. These ongoing initiatives will help to keep the state's snowmobile trails open and safe for all outdoor enthusiasts during the upcoming season.



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