Rules and Regulations

Regulations on public land vary throughout the province depending on the location and the activity. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy recreational activities on public land in a safe manner that respects the environment and other users. For more information you can visit:

http://aep.alberta.ca/recreation-public-use/recreation-on-public-land/default.aspx

Alberta's Helmet Law

Helmets are the first piece of safety equipment we strongly recommend to our users. We applaud the government for introducing these amendments and hope to see the proposed helmet legislation become law in Alberta.

Brent Hodgson

President, Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association

On December 6, 2016, Bill 36 - An Act to Enhance Safety for Off Highway Vehicles - was passed, amending the Traffic Safety Act. The amendments create helmet requirements for Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) riders.

A new law requiring helmets to be worn by users of OHVs when riding on public land will be proclaimed on May 15, 2017. With this act, Alberta joins the rest of the jurisdictions in Canada in having some type of OHV helmet law.

Details of Bill 36 and additional information can be found here…

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