(41) stories found containing 'ohv safety'
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AZGFD Service-Level Changes
Customers encouraged to use online, phone and mail services. To protect the health and safety of customers and employees while continuing to provide services and support, the Arizona Game and Fish...
Stay on trails and avoid wet, muddy areas. While it's tempting to head out on an off-highway vehicle (OHV) following rain or a snowstorm, soggy trails quickly turn muddy, and riding on them can...
Kids And OHVs - When Are They Ready To Safely Ride?
Exploring Arizona from an off-highway vehicle (OHV) provides a great way to view the state's beautiful scenery and spend quality time with family and friends. While children may be eager to climb... Full story
If OHVs Are Part Of Your 2018 Plans, Take A Safety Course, Get A Decal
For those whose garages got a little bit fuller during the holiday season with the addition of an off-highway vehicle (OHV) - or veteran riders who frequently hit Arizona's trails and dirt roads -... Full story
Is An OHV Part Of Your Hunting Strategy? Buckle Up
PHOENIX - When hunting for big game, off-highway vehicles (OHVs) can be a key part of how hunters retrieve downed animals. In fact, sometimes it's the only way to retrieve a harvested elk or bison.... Full story
Department Receives $46,000 For DUI/OUI Checkpoints
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AGFD) will enhance its efforts to target removal of impaired watercraft and off-highway vehicle (OHV) operators from Arizona's recreation areas through a... Full story
Fatal OHV Accidents Serve As Reminders To Practice Safety
The Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds all off-highway vehicle (OHV) drivers and passengers to wear the proper safety gear and ride responsibly in the wake multiple separate accidents. Since... Full story
Off-Highway Vehicle Operators, Passengers Are Urged To Ride Safely
The Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds residents and visitors looking to head outdoors on their off-highway vehicle (OHV) to do so safely and responsibly. What can you do to make the outdoors... Full story