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Hawaii ATV Law


All-terrain vehicles and utility-terrain vehicles may be operated on a street if used as farm equipment; operated by a person who holds a current category (3) driver's license under section 286-102 or a commercial driver's license under part XIII; driven on streets that are no more than two lanes, with posted speed limits of no more than thirty-five miles per hour; used to travel between properties zoned for agriculture, or used by a city, county, or state worker while acting within the scope of that person's official duties to travel between properties under the jurisdiction of the city, county, or state; used in counties with populations of less than five hundred thousand residents; and during daylight hours. While in operation, any operator and passenger of an all-terrain vehicle or utility-terrain vehicle shall wear a safety helmet with a securely fastened chin strap that meets the specifications and requirements established by rules adopted by the director.
HI ST § 286- 2014 Legislative Session Undesignated Enactments

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