Training Available

All Terrain Utility Vehicle

The All Terrain Utility Vehicle is used by many park departments for ongoing maintenance in many large city parks. These vehicle include gators and toolcats.  They are also used by fire departments and EMS as they are small and capable machines.  Training is often overlooked since they are small and not as fast as a regular car, seemingly less risky.

It’s often said: “everyone can drive a golf cart”, but these vehicles can be very dangerous if the operator is unfamiliar with their operation.

Who Should Attend

Any person responsible for operating an all terrain utility vehicle.

Classroom (Only)  Topics of Discussion

Approx. 4 hours.

  • Basics for Operating and Riding Responsibly
  • Rules and Controls
  • Starting/Stopping Procedures
  • Riding Strategies
  • Turning Safely
  • Traversing Hills
  • Emergency Maneuvers
  • Riding Over Obstacle

Practical, Hands-on Activities

  • Pre-Start Inspection
  • Controls Review
  • Post Operation Procedures
  • Maneuvering Around Obstacles

Documentation Provided

Student Book, Test, Operator Training Summary, Certificate of Completion