Safety

Safety Is First

Our goal is to keep you on the road!

Last year, How We Roll sold over 250 go carts, 100 UTVs and 30 ATVs. Our goal with each and every unit we sold, SAFETY! Accidents can happen but it is our job to help you prevent them! Below you will find some tips and facts to keep your loved ones safe and secure!

Safety

Always wear a helmet, eye protection & protective gear
Ride on designated trails
Avoid riding at night
Appropriate Age To Ride Adult ATVs/UTVs is 16 Years

Key Safety Tips

Things To Know

Call 1.800.887.2887 or visit www.atvsafety.org for more information. Click the safety items below to learn more.

  • ATVs are designed to be driven on off-road terrain and are difficult to control on paved roads where they are at risk of overturning or colliding with cars and trucks.
  • In some states, it is illegal to ride ATVs/UTVs on paved roads. Check the state or local laws and regulations where you plan to ride.
  • CPSC is deeply concerned that some states and local governments are changing their laws and ordinances to allow ATVs/UTVs to be used on paved roads. CPSC, the ATVs/UTVs industry, and consumer advocates are united in our belief that riding an ATVs/UTVs on a paved road can result in tragedy.
  • More than 90 percent of ATV/UTV-related injuries involving children can be attributed to a lack of developmental skills needed to maneuver the faster, more powerful adult ATVs/UTVs.
  • Children younger than 16 should be on one of the age-appropriate youth models, which are required to travel at lower speeds than adult ATVs/UTVs and to have an adjustable speed limiter.
  • All ATVs/UTVs should be equipped with a label that indicates the manufacturer’s recommended age for that particular model.
  • Children younger than 6 years of age should never be on any ATV/UTV — either as a driver or passenger.
  • A single-rider ATV/UTV should only have one person on it — the driver.
  • ATVs/UTVs are designed for interactive riding. The driver must be able to shift his or her weight freely in all directions. Passengers can inhibit the driver’s ability to safely control the ATV/UTV and it could roll over or crash.
  • Most ATVs/UTVs sold today are single-rider ATVs/UTVs, which are not equipped with handholds or footrests for passengers.
  • CPSC and the ATV/UTV Safety Institute recommend U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and/or the Snell Memorial Foundation (Snell) certified helmets.
  • Riders should also wear goggles, gloves, long pants and a long-sleeved shirt, and over-the- ankle boots.
  • CPSC recommends that all ATV/UTV drivers — adults and children — take a hands-on ATV/UTV safety course from a qualified instructor.
  • Many deaths and injuries occur when an inexperienced driver loses control of an ATV/UTV, is thrown from an ATV/UTV, overturns the vehicle, or collides with a fixed object or a motor vehicle. Hands-on training can give experienced and first-time riders the skills to handle multiple riding situations that can happen in off-road conditions.
  • Courses are offered by the ATV/UTV Safety Institute. Riders can also check with the National 4-H Council, local ATV/UTV rider groups, state agencies and some ATV/UTV manufacturers.
layaway available
We got you covered, contact us today to get you into a payment plan!
Contact Us
We are proud to support all of our Military, Veteran and First Responders. To show our support, we give discounts on all products.
Connect With Us
  • Watch How We Roll Motorsports Videos on YouTube!
  • Follow How We Roll Motorsports on Twitter!
  • Follow How We Roll Motorsports on Instagram!
  • Join How We Roll Motorsports on Facebook!
How We Roll Motorsports BBB Business Review
© 2018 How We Roll Motorsports. All Rights Reserved.
San Antonio Website Design & Development - Backyard Studios
Scroll Up