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    Question: What are the laws regarding driving ATVs?

    Answer: Any time an all-terrain vehicle is driven on a regular roadway, normal laws regarding traffic control, licenses, and registrations apply.

    The Arizona law (ARS 28-964) also states that any operator or passenger of an ATV who is under the age of 18 must wear a protective helmet at all times.

    And other Arizona law (ARS 28-1174) states that it is unlawful for a person to drive an off-highway vehicle with reckless disregard for the safety of persons or property. A person who violates this law is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

    1 thru 5 of 8 comments    [ 1 ]  2    
    On 05/31/05
    Randy from OR said:
    I think they should hve some laws but get rid of the ones that are not that important.
    On 08/25/04
    Doug from AZ said:
    I think people are taking care of neighborhoods, but if your 16 with a license and wear a helmet and also meets rules and regulations then its fine.I'm a police explorer and even i dont agree sometimes,but i still jsur wanna ride!
    On 02/23/04
    jane doe from TX said:
    i need to find out about riding ATVs on unpaved county streets
    On 06/08/03
    Blake from Othe said:
    I think its bull.All those rich people are like"oh we dont wpont you to ride on our roads" "oh man im goning to call the cops" well i aint rasin heck and i aint tryin to cause no trouble i just wont to ride my YAMAHA. Whereever i wont to its not like it hurts any one or tears up the roads. So cops or anyone shouldnt care if we ride as long as we dont raise heck!!!
    On 07/10/02
    Theresa from IN said:
    Atvs' are ruining our roads ana are driving us crazy, I thought these were for off the road, our couny commissions passed an ordiance allowing them to ride county roads here in Spencer Co... I'm sure they wouldn't allow them to ride their neighborhood.
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