The Canadian Off Highway Vehicle Distributor's Council (COHV), has released a new CD and activity book that promotes ATV safety for youth sized ATV riders. In a press release, COHV talks about the same sort of thing I like to talk about here; that education is how to reduce ATV accident injuries, not a complete ban.
They show results from several states that enacted legislation requiring things like helmet use, no ATVs on the street, size limits ( < 90cc for kids), and the like. They found a 95 percent confidence level ofsignificance in one state.
They also have a traveling training trailer full of youth sized ATVs that they take around the province of New Brunswick and offer free training to kids 16 and under for free. This is a great idea that I think should be happening here in the states, but I'm afraid it will be a logistical impossibility with the amount of bad press being wrongfully directed at ATV use.
I'm trying to get info on where to get your hands on one of the CDs. So far it looks like they are "hand-outs". The good news is that they have an on line version that you can watch here. If I find a distributor, I'll post it here at Under My Helmet.