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Arkansas ATV Law


Owners of ATVs are required to register it with the Director of Finance and Administration to prove ownership.
Ark. Code Ann. § 27-20-201, 202

No special equipment or safety inspection is required to own or operate an ATV.
Ark. Code Ann. § 27-20-203

It is unlawful to operate ATVs upon public streets and highways, unless it is being used in farming and such traveling is necessary to get from one field to another, or if the ATV needs to cross the public street directly to get from one lawful operating area to another.
Ark. Code Ann. § 27-21-106

A person twelve (12) or older, or a person eleven (11) or under with the supervision of an adult eighteen (18) or older may operate an ATV.
Ark. Code Ann. § 27-21-107(a)

The ATV must be operated at a reasonable speed in accordance with the surrounding circumstances, and must operate with headlights at dusk and dark.
Ark Code Ann. § 27-21-107(b)

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