Ierapetra 4X4 wheel drive Safari Atv Quad tour
For your safety and that of your fellow guests please listen and follow the advice of your guide at all times.
AII drivers have to be over 19, and bearers of a valid drivind license.
All passengers must be over 11
In case the guide notices any kind of inappropriate behavior, or suspects in drug or alcohol abuse he/she is entitled to exclude the person from the tour.
Quad driving is much more demanding than driving a car. Quads aren’t vehicles equipped with roll bars, neither with cabins.
Driving a quad is not an intuitive skill, and it doesn”t have much similarities to a car or motorcycle.
The only protection is equipment you wear.
Please note that head protection is vital. That is the reason why driver and passenger mustn’t take the helmet off.
Thus, quads should not be driven if the person deosn’t feel well, or he/she feels tired. In order to keep the drive safe, the driver has to be in good physical and psychic condition.
All drivers and passengers have to read and sign Terms of condition of the tour contract, and sign ”the Disclaimer” as well as acceptance at overall risk of driving a quad.
Minimal distance between 2 quads must be 5 meters. We keep safety first.
Pregnant women, Child under 11 yrs., People with heart problems.
People with problems in the waist (back)
Convenient shoes required, Peep-toe_shos or open-toe sandals are not allowed.
Always wear a helmet! Each driver is required to pass basic training
Do not consume alcohol or drugs before or during the trip.
Do not use a mobile phone while driving.
Do not take photos while driving.
During the drive cell phones have to be placed in back compartment of the vehicle.
Taking photos is allowed when quads are parked and the engine is off.
There are certain locations planned for photo stops
Don”t do anything that can distract safe driving, and always keep both hands on steering wheel.
One hand drive is not allowed.
If you get lost from the group, stop and wait.
Don”t come looking for us, we will find you.
Don”t do anything that can distract safe driving, and always keep both hands on steering wheel.One hand drive is not allowed.
Keep your legs firmly on the stand.Relax your elbows when driving.
Practise easy start. Test quad reactions when you press accelerator/brake.