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Snowmobile Safety Course at is Now Mobile Ready


Students who need to complete a snowmobile safety course and get their safety certificate can now take that training on their smartphone, tablet or laptop at

“People complete a wide variety of tasks on their smartphones and tablets nowadays, so it makes sense for to be mobile ready,” said Edward Cossette, user experience director for Kalkomey, parent company of “Responsive web design lets the pages at automatically resize according to the device being used. There’s no app needed, making it very user-friendly.”

Another benefit of snowmobile safety classes being available on any device is students can access their course on the Web even if the only way they have to connect to the Internet is via their smartphone. Plus, the new mobile-ready site features realistic illustrations and interactive animations that make it easier and more fun to learn how to safely operate a snowmobile. 

The training offered at this site is approved by the state agencies responsible for snowmobile safety education, and it’s the same material that’s taught in the classroom. Studying at is free. Students who must be certified before operating a snowmobile pay a one-time fee, which is due only if they pass the test. Online snowmobile safety courses are available in participating states, so visit for a state-specific course.

About Kalkomey Kalkomey, parent company of, is an official provider of recreational safety education materials for all 50 states. An American company based in Dallas, Texas, Kalkomey produces print and Internet courses that have provided official safety certification since 1995. Kalkomey offers safety courses in boating, hunting, bowhunting, and off-road vehicle and snowmobile operation. For more information, visit

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