Nope,twp's can regulate their use and allow them on their roads.It's being pushed in a couple other twps around here but most won't allow it to happen.good ole boy said:I might just be a country hick and not get out much but the last time I checked it is illegal to operate ATV,s on any roads that are operated by the general public and that aren,t privately owned or a place that they are allowed to be like a ATV Park regarless of age.
Your just an old stick in the mud aren't you.burk313 said:ATVs injure alot of people every year...Trees and barbwire fences and uneven terrain they tend to flip over...They weigh upwards of 400 to 700 pounds...It comes down on top of you and head injuries can happen..
This does not smell right, looking on tractor forums I see people being fined for driving too fast w/ those triangles. I think they are for operation under 15 mph so the cops could do something!robin hood said:i believe its illegal for anyone to ride on township roads. i had heard from a buddy of mine who lived in an area with a lot of farms that had issues with cops busting them riding there quads on roads. They placed orange triangles on them and called them farm equipment. cops couldnt do anything about it. not sure if that was an area spacific type of thing or what. i would just call your local township and find out.
I'm not sure of the law when you're using an ATV for farm use.You would know better than me but I always thought minors could operate farm machinery on roads.Again,I could certainly be wrong about that.good ole boy said:I can legally go on our back road between our farms for farm use but I betcha my minor kids can,t and I wouldn,t let em anyway.
Yep , must be 16 yrs of age . I understand the abuses that could occur , but in rural farm areas and up in north central Pa. where there are camps and dirt roads , I could see the convenience as long as the operator keeps thier speed under 25 mph . Pavement does crazy things to low pressure ATV tires at high speeds .Tuckerman said:Here is a link to the rules: