Neb. Rev. Stat. § 60-6,356.
ATVs may not be operated on or cross any controlled-access highway with more than two marked traffic lanes. ATVs may cross any controlled-access highway with more than two marked traffic lanes if (1) the crossing is made at an intersection that is controlled by a traffic control signal or stop signs, (2) the crossing is made in compliance with the traffic control signal or stop sign, and (3) the crossing is specifically authorized by ordinance or county board. ATVs may be operated on highways, roads, etc. outside the corporate limits of a city, village, or unincorporated village if used for agricultural purposes, or where authorized by governing authority, or to cross. ATVs may be operated on highways, roads, etc. only between the hours of sunrise and sunset. Operators must have Class O operator's license or a farm permit, liability insurance coverage for the ATV while operating the ATV on a highway, and may not operate at a speed greater than 30 mph. Must have headlight, taillight, and safety flag if operated on roads
Every ATV must display a lighted headlight and taillight during the period of time from sunset to sunrise and at any time when visibility is reduced due to insufficient light or unfavorable atmospheric conditions.
Every ATV must be equipped with:
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