VeraVise Outdoor Living
Before you can decide on which ATV helmet to ride for recreational ATV riding, it’s important to understand more about what type of helmet for ATV riding you should choose.
It has a chin bar and visor for visibility and covers the entire head and face.
These helmets have an open face and cover ¾ of your head. They can be paired with ATV goggles and offer more ventilation
It is certainly one of the most economical options and can also be a safe option.
Offers the safety of a full-face dual-sport or motocross helmet while riding at high speed
The short answer to this is NO! While off-road vehicle helmet requirements will vary by state, it is very likely that only DOT-approved helmets will be legal in any given state.