Todd Brouillette: The Why and How of Snowmobiling

The snowmobile on a beautiful winter landscape
The snowmobile on a beautiful winter landscape

Todd Brouillette is a highly accomplished professional who has a keen passion for snowmobiling when not busy with his responsibilities at work. He is an Oracle Enterprise Account Manager in the Data Storage Division. He has experienced much travel through the course of his career, having gotten his start in the technology sales field in Silicon Valley during the mid-1990’s. In the United States (US) and Canada, there are many locations where individuals may snowmobile, such as those considered ‘Snowbelt regions’.

If you might be interested in snowmobiling for the first time, the below information might be of interest to you.

How do I ride a snowmobile?

According to Snowmobile.com, there are four basic snowmobile riding positions, including the kneeling, standing, seated, and posting positions.

Where can I snowmobile?

As mentioned above, there are many places in which one can snowmobile, especially those in the Snowbelt region. Snowmobile associations can provide you with contacts at local snowmobile clubs that can inform you as to your current areas’ riding and trail locations, should you wish to visit them.

Do I need a license to snowmobile?

Yes. In the United States, a license is required to operate a snowmobile. Additionally, a snowmobile must be registered prior to being operated in a trail or riding location.

How do I buy a snowmobile?

Snowmobiles may be purchased new or used from a licensed dealer, many of whom are located throughout the Snowbelt regions of Canada and the US.

Todd Brouillette enjoys the thrill of riding snowmobiles.

Sources:

http://www.snowmobile.com/how-to/snowmobiling-101-riding-positions-1363.html

http://www.gosnowmobiling.org/beginners-snowmobiling-tips.html#are-safety-classes-required

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