Okla. Stat. § 11-1117. All-terrain vehicle passenger restrictions--Penalties and enforcement--Liability of parents or vehicle owners—Applicability.
A person less than 18 years of age may not operate or be a passenger on an ATV unless the person wears a crash helmet, with the exception of those operating ATVs on private property. An operator cannot carry a passenger unless the ATV has been specifically designed by the manufacturer to carry passengers in addition to the operator, with the exception of those operating ATVs on private property.
§ 11-1116. Self-propelled or motor-driven and operated vehicles--Golf carts, all-terrain, and utility vehicles--Operation on streets, highways, and roadways within unincorporated area.
ATVs may not be operated on highways, with the exception of unpaved roads which are located within the boundaries of any property of the Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, or if the vehicle needs to make a direct crossing of the street or highway while the vehicle is traveling upon a regularly traveled trail and needs to continue travel from one are of the trial to another. The operator must have a valid driver license and make the cross during daylight hours only. ATVs may also be operated on streets and highways within a municipality if the municipal governing body has adopted an ordinance governing the operation of golf carts, utility vehicles or all-terrain vehicles on streets and highways within the municipality, or on roadways within unincorporated areas of a county if the board of county commissioners of the county has approved the operation of ATVs on roadways within unincorporated areas of the county and the ATV is only used as an instrument of husbandry.
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