We Must Enforce ATV, UTV, and Dirt Bike Laws in Arkansas

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The presence of ATVs, UTVs, and dirt bikes in the Ozark National Forest has been increasing for the past five years, and the presence of law enforcement has decreased.  Some of these riders have been disobeying the laws in Arkansas. The courtesy of some of these riders is not good; the riders throw their trash on the trails, at the camp sites, and on the road leading to their riding destination. The riders ride their machines really fast on the straight-a-ways and around corners and perform donuts and wheelies that could endanger the general public on the roads. The riders have been riding in areas that do not permit these vehicles, such as on power line trails for the electric company. Some of the riders have loud exhaust on their machines that exceeds the sound limit required by Arkansas law, and they blaze past private property and disturb the locals in the area. Also, some of the riders trespass on private land and have been caught ramming and cutting down fences to get to the other side.



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