Learn the importance of safety when quad riding and get some safety tips from our quad riding expert in this free how to video on ATV and quad riding.
We're talking about basic quad riding. We're going to go ahead and talk about safety now. When you're first learning to quad ride you always want to go to a designated quadding area. You don't want to go somewhere where there could be cars, too many quads or something like that that could make it a danger for you. Over here, we're out in the mountains. I think this is the best place to practice right now. It's a designated quadding area where there's nobody around here out in this area. You always want to make sure that your quad is street legal and you have your lights, we have our mirrors, license plate, break lights. So when you're riding you always want to make sure that?s right. You always want to ride with your headlights on so other people know your coming, so cars know you?re coming should you ever see one. You don't want to ride with passengers especially if it says one person on the quad it's made for one person and one person alone. The other thing is most quads are not meant for people under the age of sixteen unless you're talking about a small 50 CC. So you guys stay safe, you're going to have a lot of fun quad ridding. We're going to start talking about that now.