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All youth ages 8 to 15 who complete the course will receive a safety course certificate.

This regulations handbook is provided to give you knowledge of Wisconsin’s ATV/UTV laws. For safety and training information, see your dealer or call the ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-887-2887.

- The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone to stay safe and to be courteous to others by following the new All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) laws passed by the Wisconsin State Legislature.

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This regulations handbook is provided to give you knowledge of Wisconsin’s ATV/UTV laws.

The e-Course develops safety. atvcourse. You must carry an ATV safety education certificate when you are riding in Wisconsin.

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Each state has its own ATV laws, including both safety and equipment requirements.

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Exceptions are on private property owned by the operator’s immediate family. Clear Search.

Webster Street PO Box 7921 Madison, WI 53707-7921.
Safety training classes are given by trained volunteer instructors.
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Motorists have seen more ATVs and UTVs on the roads since a 2018 law began allowing local communities to designate local roads with posted speed limits of 35 mph or slower as permissible routes for these multi-terrain machines to use.

ATV and UTV operators born on or after Jan.

. For your safety: Always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing; never carry passengers. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 101 S.

Laws & Regulations. Hands On ATV Training Courses. . FOR MORE INFO AND SAFETY INFORMATION, VISIT DNR. All ATV driver in Wisconsin require wear an approved helmet at ALL times whenever riding they ATV, regardless of their age or experience level.

CHEC FIRST: Pre-Ride Inspection.

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A state motor vehicle driver’s license is not required to operate an ATV or UTV in Wisconsin.

Motorists have seen more ATVs and UTVs on the roads since a 2018 law began allowing local communities to designate local roads with posted speed limits of 35 mph or slower as permissible routes for these multi-terrain machines to use.

Prior to enrolling in a safety class, you must obtain a DNR Customer ID number using the DNR website, calling 1-888-936-7463 or visiting a DNR service center.

Our online ATV Safety Course helps students meet mandatory education requirements in their local area.

Webster Street PO Box 7921 Madison, WI 53707-7921.