Customers of two-up ATVs built by Bombardier Recreational Products, Inc. (BRP) will qualify for the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America (SVIA) rider training courses in July.
The Specialty Vehicle Institute of America (SVIA) has announced that their ATV Rider Training Certificate and Owner Registration course - dubbed the ATV RiderCourse - will be applicable for Bombardier MAX Series ATV owners as of July 1.
The course is provided free to consumers via backing by vehicle manufacturers who are members of the SVIA.
“BRP is very pleased with this development as it removes an important obstacle for safety training and will increase momentum for Bombardier MAX ATVs,” Bob Lumley, BRP's vice president of North American sales, wrote in a letter to the manufacturer's dealer network. “This further enhances our commitment to driver training and to safety training. It also means that, after July 1, 2005, our dealers will no longer have to be involved in providing their own 2-up ATV course.”
For more information, contact the SVIA's ATV Safety Institute at their toll-free ATV Enrollment Express number: 800-887-2887.
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