Get ready for riding season with a snowmobile safety course

Take your Snowmobile Safety Course online with SNOWMOBILEcourse.com

by Kyle Born

An animation of a snowmobiler wearing blue, riding through snow.
SNOWMOBILEcourse.com—educating riders online. Photo courtesy SNOWMOBILEcourse.com

SNOWMOBILEcourse.com is the provider of online snowmobile safety education across North America. Their online Snowmobile Safety Course helps students meet mandatory education requirements in their local area. The online Snowmobile Safety Course is interactive, with animations, professional narration, and exercises. This safety course will teach you all about riding your snowmobile safely and responsibly, and will allow you to obtain your Snowmobile Safety Certificate so that you can go riding on public lands!

SNOWMOBILEcourse.com will guide you through the exam study and preparation process with easy-to-understand explanations and instructions, including colourful illustrations and animations. They will help you prepare for your snowmobile exam so that you can be safe and prepared the next time you embark on your next snowmobile excursion.

The Alberta Snowmobile Safety Course

It is recommended that Alberta youth and students take this valuable course on safe and responsible snowmobiling.

Sign Up Now for FREE

Get Certified in 3 Easy Steps:

1. Study the Online Course for FREE

2. Pass the Online Exam. Animations and visual questions help you learn.

3. Print your Certificate—and go snowmobiling right away!

Do you need the Alberta Snowmobile Safety Certificate?

It is recommended that Alberta youth and students take this valuable course on safe and responsible snowmobiling.

You will be eligible for a discounted ASA Youth Membership and possibly insurance savings for having your Snowmobile Safety Certificate. Get certified today! Brought to you by the Alberta Snowmobile Association.

The Saskatchewan Snowmobile Safety Course

Born on or after January 1st, 1989? Then you need to complete an approved snowmobile safety course before operating on public land.

Sign Up Now for $44.95

Get Certified in 3 Easy Steps:

1. Study the Online Course. Pay a one-time fee of $44.95.

2. Pass the Online Exam. Animations and visual questions help you learn.

3. Print your Certificate—and go snowmobiling right away!

Do you need the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Safety Certificate?

Born on or after January 1st, 1989? In Saskatchewan, all snowmobile operators born on or after January 1st, 1989 are now required to complete an approved snowmobile safety course and obtain their snowmobile safety certificate before operating on public land.

You may also be eligible for a savings on sled insurance for having your Snowmobile Safety Certificate. Get certified today!

 

The Manitoba Snowmobile Safety Course

Who needs a snowmobile safety education course?

All snowmobile operators are encouraged to complete a snowmobile safety education course before operating on public lands, roads or trails.

Sign Up Now for $44.95

Get Certified in 3 Easy Steps:

1. Study the Online Course. Pay a one-time fee of $44.95.

2. Pass the Online Exam. Animations and visual questions help you learn.

3. Print your Certificate—and go riding right away!

Do you need the Manitoba Snowmobile Safety Certificate?

In Manitoba, all snowmobile operators are encouraged to complete a snowmobile safety education course before operating on public lands, roads or trails. All riders in Manitoba who are under the age of 14 must be under direct supervision of an adult when operating.

You may also be eligible for a savings on sled insurance for having your Snowmobile Safety Certificate. Get certified today!

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