Or. Rev. Stat. § 821.055. Highway use by all-terrain motor vehicles.
ATVs may operate on any highway in this state that is open to the public and is not maintained for passenger car traffic.
§ 821.170, 821.172.
Operators 16 years of age or older must hold a valid all-terrain vehicle operator permit to operate on public lands. Operators on public lands less than 16 years of age must be accompanied by a person who is at least 18 years of age, holds a valid all-terrain vehicle operator permit and is able to provide immediate assistance and direction to the child, and the child must hold a valid all-terrain vehicle operator permit. A child under seven years of age may not operate an all-terrain vehicle on public lands. This does not apply if the vehicle is being used for agricultural or forestry operations, or if it is being used on land owned by the owner of the vehicle.
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