New York Safety Training
In New York, all riders above the age of 10 and under the age of 14 are required to carry a snowmobile safety certificate when riding on public lands. Riders over the age of 13 but under the age of 18 are required to have a safety certificate if they are not accompanied by someone at least 18 years of age. Take the free online snowmobile safety course and get ready for your classroom course and certification exam.
The online snowmobile safety study guide offers a high-level of safety training with interactive exercises scattered throughout the course, that are designed to test your knowledge before you take the final exam. These interactive exercises are made to help prepare you to obtain your certificate, and are ideal for the "hands-on" learner.
Take the Snowmobile Safety Course now and check out the interactive exercises in every chapter!
In order to obtain your New York State Snowmobile Safety Certificate, you must attend an in-person classroom course. However, before attending the classroom Snowmobile Safety Course, study using this free online course. There is no requirement to take a hands-on Snowmobile Safety training course in New York State.
However, Fresh Air Educators and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation strongly recommend that all snowmobile operators (especially new and young riders) take a hands-on snowmobile safety course, where you can practice snowmobile skills and riding techniques under the supervision of a live instructor. To find out about hands-on snowmobile training in your area please contact the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.