The COHV funds and promotes ATV & OHV rider training and safety research. In particular, the COHV provides logistical and financial support for the Canadian AQCC Safety Institute’s (CASI) rider training program and has developed safety videos, CDs, and booklets for ATV users.
Although OHVs are a negligible source of air pollution, COHV member companies are committed to reducing ATV exhaust emissions using the best available technology economically achievable.
The COHV works with government agencies, clubs and individuals to help develop reasonable and effective land management policies for users of all-terrain vehicles.
The industry is committed to continue to reduce sound emissions. This has been demonstrated by the production of a new generation of quiet ATVs.
OHVs are one of the most fuel-efficient forms of motorized transportation and family recreation available. The industry is committed to further increasing fuel efficiency.