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All levels of snowmobilers can benefit from a refresher!

Unlike riding a bike, operating a snowmobile capable of reaching high speeds isn’t something that should be done without proper preparation, safety instruction and education, even if a person has been riding for years.

That’s why the website www.snowmobileinfo.org, a collaboration between the American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA), the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA) and the U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is such an important resource for snowmobilers of every experience level.

Everyone can benefit from taking any of the online safety training courses offered on the site. Novice riders learn snowmobiling maintenance like how to prep your ride prior to the first run of the season to basic hand signals that are imperative to staying safe on the trails while seasoned sled handlers appreciate the up-to-date information on new safety advancements and riding regulations. The online safety training courses vary from state to state and are organized on the website as such.

Being able to check on different state rules and regulations is also helpful when planning a snowmobiling vacation.

Snowmobiling is definitely a fun winter activity for families to enjoy together and using the resources available at www.snowmobileinfo.org is one way to make sure all riders have fun and safe rides.

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