Operation of all-terrain vehicles on certain highways
Notwithstanding ORS 821.020 (Applicability of off-road vehicle exemption from general equipment requirements), or any law requiring that vehicles be equipped in specified ways in order to operate on highways, a person may operate Class I, Class II, Class III and Class IV all-terrain vehicles on any highway in this state that is open to the public if:
(1) The highway is not maintained for passenger car traffic.
(2) The person is on or crossing a portion of highway right of way as permitted under ORS 821.200 (Exemptions from general prohibition on operating on highway or railroad).
(3) The person is on an all-terrain vehicle highway access route that is designated by the Oregon Transportation Commission as open to all-terrain vehicles. [1995 c.775 §8; 2011 c.360 §21; 2017 c.453 §4]
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