Section 1: Be Prepared for Your Ride

  1. Snowmobile riding apparel should be worn in layers that include:

  2. Which safety equipment do you not need to carry on your snowmobile?

  3. Snowmobile manufacturers provide a basic tool kit that should always remain with the snowmobile. Also consider carrying these additional items on your snowmobile:

  4. Planning your snowmobile trip should include:

  5. When hauling a snowmobile on a trailer, it can be safely secured by:

  6. Your pre-ride checklist should include:

  7. When can you drive a snowmobile on a road?

  8. Trespassing on a snowmobile:

  9. Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs when driving your snowmobile:

  10. Which of the following is generally not a violation when operating a snowmobile:

Section 2: Key Snowmobile Parts

  1. The throttle and brake lever::

  2. Which of the following can be important when starting a snowmobile?

  3. A snowmobile belt:

  4. Snowmobile skis

  5. How far does a snowmobile's headlight effectively illuminate the trail ahead of it at night?

  6. At what speed does a snowmobile start over driving its headlights at night (traveling faster than what its headlight can safely illuminate the trail ahead)?

  7. Which answer is not true about snowmobile mirrors?

  8. What fluids are required to operate most snowmobiles?

Section 3: Riding Tips

  1. When starting your snowmobile::

  2. Why is it important to learn more riding positions than only ‘sitting’ on the snowmobile seat?

  3. A right turn is signaled by:

  4. Which signs do snowmobile operators have to obey?

  5. When riding in a group on trails:

  6. When riding with passengers:

  7. When riding alone

  8. If you get your snowmobile stuck, you should:

  9. When riding at night it is important to:

  10. What can be safely towed with a snowmobile?

  11. Winter weather can produce a wide range of unpredictable snow conditions:

  12. All snowmobile riders must:

  13. If you meet a trail groomer on the trail:

  14. Snowmobiling on a freshly groomed trail before it has had time to set up and refreeze:

Section 4: Surviving Emergencies

  1. In the event of an emergency situation:

  2. If you become stranded while snowmobiling:

  3. Stay warm during an emergency by:

  4. If someone is injured during your trip:

  5. Treat frostbite by:

  6. Hypothermia occurs when there is a drastic loss of body heat and can be treated by:

Section 5: Dangers to Avoid

  1. Alcohol consumption or drug use:

  2. Careless or reckless operation includes:

  3. Over riding your snowmobile’s headlight occurs:

  4. Responsible snowmobilers:

  5. Precautions to take when riding near roads include:

  6. Railroad right-of-ways:

  7. The speed at which you drive your snowmobile on a trail should depend upon:

  8. If you must travel on ice, your speed should be:

  9. Ice is safe to travel across when:

  10. When riding in avalanche country:

  11. The prime slopes for avalanche conditions are generally between:

  12. Traveling smart in avalanche terrain involves:

Congratulations! You have completed the Safe Riders! Snowmobile Safety Awareness Program