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Mike Klumpp, Associate Professor Emeritus with the University of Arkansas and Multi-State and Oklahoma 4-H ATV Safety Coordinator with Oklahoma State University CES, presented this at CPSC’s ATV ...

Mike Klumpp, Associate Professor Emeritus with the University of Arkansas and Multi-State and Oklahoma 4-H ATV Safety Coordinator with Oklahoma State University CES, presented this at CPSC’s ATV Safety Summit Oct. 11, 2012. I have over 34 years of experience in ATV safety education and youth development. 4-H and the ATV Safety Institute recommend that parents first determine their child’s readiness to operate an ATV safely before allowing them to ride. Considerations include physical size, strength, coordination, visual perception, emotional maturity, reasoning and decision-making. Once the decision is made for a young person to operate/ride an ATV, choosing the right ATV is important. We follow the manufacturer's minimum age recommendation warning label on the ATV. Since 2008, 4-H educators have trained over 4,000 youth and adults in the ASI RiderCourse. In our programming placing a large-framed 10/11 year old on an under 70cc unit or a large-framed 14/15 year old on a 90cc unit has been difficult. We have found that the Y10 and Transition models specified by the current ANSI/SVIA standard are ideal/safer for large-framed youth in those specific age ranges. We encourage CPSC to support the use and availability of these models.

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ATV Safety Summit: Vehicle Characteristics/Other Rulemaking Topics - ATV Characteristics ATV Safety Summit: Vehicle Characteristics/Other Rulemaking Topics - ATV Characteristics Presentation Transcript

  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health ATV Vehicle Characteristics Mike Klumpp Associate Professor Emeritus University of ArkansasOklahoma 4-H ATV Safety CoordinatorMulti-State 4-H ATV Safety Coordinator mklumpp.osu@gmail.com
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health 4-H Facilitated ASI ATV RiderCourse Outputs 2008 – Present The ATV Safety Institute ATV RiderCourse is a hands-on half-day program conducted by licensed ATV Safety Institute Instructors.
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health4-H and ATV Safety Institute Recommendation Parents must first determine their child’s readiness to operate an ATV safely before allowing them to operate/ride. Considerations include: • Physical Size • Strength • Coordination • Visual Perception • Emotional Maturity • Reasoning • Decision-Making
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Two-up ATVs will Once decision has been made have this label we recommend following the manufacturer’s minimum age recommendation warning label on the ATV.
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ HealthNational 4-H ATV Safety Leader’s Guide Recommendation
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health New Categories of ATVS Intended for Operators under 16 years approved by the American National Standards Institute July 2007Category Operator/Rider Age Restricted and Maximum SpeedY6+ Age 6 and older 10 mph or less / 15 mphY10+ Age 10 and older 15 mph or less / 30 mphY12+ Age 12 and older 15 mph or less / 30 mphT Age 14 and older 20 mph and 30 mph / 38 mph Y6+ Y10+ Y12+ T
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Fitting an ATV to the Operator/Rider Fit Guidelines •Clearance • Upper Legs • Foot Length • Grip Reach • Throttle Reach • Brake Reach
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Two Key Challenges • Placing large-framed 10/11 year old on an under 70cc unit. • Placing large-framed 14/15 year old on a 90cc unit. 50 - Y6+ 49CC 90 - Y12+ 89cc
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Clearance 200 - T Category 196cc 90 - Y12+ 89cc
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Upper Legs 200 - T Category 196cc 90 - Y12+ 89cc
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Foot Length 200 - T Category 196cc 90 - Y12+ 89cc
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Grip Reach
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Turning Clearance 200 - T Category 196cc 90 - Y12+ 89cc
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Problematic Clearance on Y12
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health We encourage the CPSC to support the use of thenew categories of ATVS intended for rider/operators under 16 years of age. Categories of ATVS Intended for Operators under 16 years approved by the American National Standards Institute July 2007Category Operator/Rider Age Restricted and Maximum SpeedY6+ Age 6 and older 10 mph or less / 15 mphY10+ Age 10 and older 15 mph or less / 30 mphY12+ Age 12 and older 15 mph or less / 30 mphT Age 14 and older 20 mph and 30 mph / 38 mph
  • Head ♦ Heart ♦ Hands ♦ Health Thank you! Mike Klumpp Associate Professor Emeritus University of Arkansas Oklahoma 4-H ATV Safety Coordinator Multi-State 4-H ATV Safety Coordinator mklumpp.osu@gmail.com