“Class III all-terrain vehicle” and “Class IV all-terrain vehicle”
“Class III all-terrain vehicle” and “Class IV all-terrain vehicle.” (1) “Class III all-terrain vehicle” means a motorcycle that travels on two tires and that is actually being operated off highway.
(2) “Class IV all-terrain vehicle” means any motorized vehicle that:
(a) Travels on four or more pneumatic tires that are six inches or more in width and that are designed for use on wheels with a rim diameter of 14 inches or less;
(b) Is designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, sand, snow, ice, marsh, swampland or other natural terrain;
(c) Has nonstraddle seating;
(d) Has a steering wheel for steering control;
(e) Has a dry weight of 1,800 pounds or less; and
(f) Is 65 inches wide or less at its widest point. [1989 c.991 §2; 2011 c.360 §3; subsection (2) of 2011 Edition enacted as 2011 c.360 §5]
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