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Medical insurance coverage has NOT been provided by NEATV UTV MX SERIES or the track. We urge you not to compete in any of our competitions without adequate personal medical insurance coverage.
STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY:
You are voluntarily entering an NEATV UTV MX SERIES event. An NEATV UTV MX SERIES event is one that is listed in the official NEATV UTV MX SERIES schedule. It does not indicate that the course has been inspected or approved by NEATV UTV MX SERIES nor does it indicate that the officials have been trained or accredited by NEATV UTV MX SERIES nor does it indicate that your safety has been assured by any NEATV UTV MX SERIES Official or any track. Each participant in the competition must assume the risk of competition.
Riders must register for practice or the race before riding their machine anywhere on the facility grounds.
ATV Racing is inherently dangerous. You should take part in this event based on your own assessment of your abilities. NEATV UTV MX SERIES does not test the skill of individual participants, nor does NEATV UTV MX SERIES judge rider competence or ability. Participants are solely responsible for their own safety as well as the quality and condition of their ATV/UTV/ATC and protective apparel.
All riders must participate in at least 50% of events to qualify for year-end championships and year-end payout money or prizes.
Pro class must participate in 75% of races to qualify in the year-end payout money or year-end prizes.
You should be aware that ATVs and UTV’s are not a toy and may be dangerous to operate. To avoid death or severe personal injury never drive an ATV, UTV or ATC without proper instruction. Take a training course. Beginner riders should receive training from a certified instructor. Call the ATV Hotline at (800) 887-2887 to find out about training courses offered in your area. Never allow a child less than 16 years of age to ride an ATV without adult supervision. Children need to be observed carefully because not all children have the strength, size, skill or judgment needed to ride an ATV safely. Always ride an ATV / UTV with the proper protective gear which includes a good helmet, goggles, boots, gloves, heavy trousers, long sleeve shirt, and a chest protector. ATV mishaps, in competition or otherwise, can result in injury or death.