Increase your safety knowledge and practice basic riding skills in a controlled environment.
The Canadian ATV Safety Institute (CASI) - a division of the Canadian Quad Council (CQC) - has joined forces with the ATV Safety Institute (ASI) and the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV) to offer the CASI ATV RiderCourses. The hands-on, half-day CASI ATV RiderCourses is conducted by licensed CASI Instructors.
Most current Quad safety program in Canada.
Most hands-on Quad safety program available.
Based on the well-recognized ATV Safety Institute (ASI) program.
Program enhanced with input from Chief Instructors across Canada.
Supported and endorsed by the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council and through the Council - all Quad major manufacturers.
Our instructors have been trained to teach the CASI Program. The curriculum is as follows:
Introduction to the CASI ATV Rider Course.
Using a Range of Signals, Rules and Warm-up Exercises.
How to control/start the engine.
Starting out, shifting gears and braking.
Riding circles and figure eights.
Quick stop in a turn.
Riding over obstacles.
Safe and responsible riding practices.
U-Turn / driving through hills.
Circuit or trail riding.
Wrap-up & review.
Parents of Children Under 16
A signed consent form will be required from the parent or legal guardian and they must attend the course with the youngster at all times. No child will be allowed to ride without written parental consent and without the parent or legal guardian present during the course. You are responsible for bringing your own protective helmet, protective gear and clothing, food, water, a Quad (unless you are renting a Quad from QuadNB).
Cost and Rentals
The cost of the course is $100.
However, QUAD NB offers the following discounts:
80% rebate for children from the ages 6 to 15 with parents who are members
30% rebate for children from the ages 6 to 15 with non-member parents
50% rebate for QuadNB members.
Age-appropriate Quads for children under 16 are available for courses from QuadNB, please select this option when registering if needed.
Registering for the Course
QUAD NB certified instructors normally offer Quad safety courses until the first snowfall. Once you have registered, an instructor will be assigned to you. They will then contact you to schedule a date for the course. During this call, the instructor will inform you of the relevant details for the class, i.e.: schedule, location of the training site, and more.
Courses are normally held on the weekends (Saturday and/or Sunday) and take approximately half a day or four hours to complete. We recommend bringing a lunch, lots to drink and all Quad safety gear required.