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You may hear an ATV referred to as a four-wheeler.
What is an ATV?
All-terrain vehicles are designed primarily for off-road travel and are no more than 50 inches wide. They may have three or more low-pressure tires and handle bars for steering. They do not include lawn tractors, battery-powered children’s toys, or a vehicle that is required to be licensed or titled for highway use.
Titling an ATV
If you own an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), you may title it by submitting all of the following:
ATVs must have all of the following equipment in good working condition:
What is against the law when it comes to an ATV?
It is against the law to remove the age restriction warning label attached to the all-terrain vehicle (ATV) by the manufacturer.
You cannot drive an ATV:
Parents or guardians cannot allow: