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140 S. Morgan St.
Welcome to the Mason-Dixon Riders Association
Want to become a member? Contact an
officer or message on facebook for details
Join us ... for our club meetings, first tuesday of
every month at 7:30 p.m.
at the Waynesburg Moose Lodge.
Directions: From Interstate 79, take Exit 14 (Waynesburg).
Turn right (South) onto Rt.21 ~~ go downtown ...
turn left at the intersection of Rt 218.
Go one (1) block to Moose Lodge on left.
Parking in the rear.
PARKING IN REAR
the MDRA has voted on to
accept new members.
Contact an officer or message us on our
facebook page for details on becoming a new member.
To be a new member you must:
Attend a monthly meeting
fill out a new membership form
must be sponsered by 2 current active non-probation members
New Membership fee is: $25 annual dues and $25 initation fee
OFFICERS TO CONTACT FOR DETAILS OF BECOMING A NEW
Riding Passes are no longer available
New memberships are
now being accepted
Mason Dixon Riders Association
756 Castile Run Rd.
Clarksville, Pa. 15322
Mason Dixon Riders Association
164 Quiet Valley Rd.
Waynesburg, Pa. 15370
If you are involved in an accident that results
in the injury or death of any person, or property damages to the
estimated amount of $100 or more, you must report the matter in
writing within seven days to the Department of Conservation and
Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry, PO Box 8552, Harrisburg, PA
17105. It is a violation of the Snowmobile/ATV Law not to report
If involved in an accident, you must stop and give your name
and address, the name and address of the owner of the vehicle and
its registration number to the other person(s) involved in the
accident or to a police officer.
Accident forms are available upon request from the Snowmobile/ATV
Section, Bureau of Forestry, Bureau of State Parks and State Police
You can be held liable for injuries or death or damage to property
resulting from the negligent use of your vehicle.
Where to get training:
Inexperienced riders are much more likely to be involved in serious
accidents. Always read your vehicle's owner's manual and all warning
labels. DCNR oversees a training and safety program for ATV riding. It
is recommended that all new users of ATVs take an approved safety
course before riding their vehicles. Those successfully completing an
approved course will be provided a safety certificate.
DCNR authorizes the training of safety instructors. For more
information on a safety instructor near you, call DCNR's Bureau of
Forestry at (717) 783-7941.
DCNR has approved the safety course offered by the ATV Safety
Institute (ASI), a nonprofit division of the Specialty Vehicle
Institute of America (SVIA) formed in 1988 to implement an expanded
national program of ATV safety education and awareness. ASI's primary
goal is to promote the safe and responsible use of ATVs, thereby
reducing accidents and injuries that may result from improper ATV
operation by the rider. For more information call the ATV Safety
Institute at 1-800-887-2887.
YOUTH SAFETY & TRAINING:
Each year, hundreds of youth are involved in ATV accidents, some
resulting in death.
While riding these vehicles is fun, it also can
be very dangerous. Because of a child's leg and arm length, hand size,
and strength, it is often difficult for children to properly control
an adult-sized vehicle. Children driving ATVs should always be under
the direct supervision of a responsible adult.
No child under the
age of 10 is allowed to operate an ATV on public lands.
Keep in mind:
- Children often emulate parental behavior; set good examples.
- Children often underestimate the danger and risk because of
- Children often overestimate their skill level.
- It is mandatory that all youth ages 10-15 take an approved
ATV training course if they are planning to use their vehicle
off of their parent's or guardian's property.
Youth Training: For information on youth training, call DCNR's Bureau of
Forestry at (717) 783-7941, or the ATV Safety Institute at 1-800-887-2887
Club members ~~ please submit any additional
safety tips for posting on the MDRA website to the