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While there no such thing as truly guaranteed ATV financing, working with us to buy your next used or new ATV is as close as you will ever come to it. They say there only two guarantees in life; death and taxes. What we can guarantee is that we will do everything possible to get you the financing you need to buy your next ATV with low monthly payments.




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You may not operate any ATV anywhere in New York State, except on your own property, unless it is covered by liability insurance. Minimum required coverage is $50,000/$100,000 for death, $25,000/$50,000 for injury, and $10,000 for property damage in any one accident. You must show proof of this insurance upon the request of a judge, the police, or a person claiming to have suffered injury or property damage from your operation of the ATV.


You have 30 days from the date of purchase to title and pay sales tax on your newly-purchased ATV. If you do not title the ATV within 30 days, there is a title penalty of $25 on the 31st day after purchase. The penalty increases another $25 for every 30 days you are late with a maximum penalty of $200. Our online sales tax calculator may help you calculate the taxes and fees you will pay.


Many powersport loans are a type of unsecured loan, also known as a personal loan. Personal loans can be used for a wide variety of purposes, from consolidating credit card debt to paying for an ATV or powersport vehicle. While there are a lot of personal loan lenders out there, here are a few options to begin your search.


A person may not operate an off-highway vehicle in a manner that damages the environment, including excessive pollution of air, water or land, abuse of the watershed or cultural or natural resources or impairment of plant or animal life, where it is prohibited by rule, regulation, ordinance or code.


No off-highway vehicle may be operated on the public streets, roads, or highways of this state except where designated, to cross, during emergency conditions, or for agricultural purposes.No off-highway vehicle may be operated on public land unless the land is designated for such use. Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. 33-14.5-108


ATVs may be operated during the daytime on an unpaved roadway where the posted speed limit is less than 35 miles per hour, and only by a licensed driver or a minor who is under the direct supervision of a licensed driver.Fla. Stat. Ann. 316.2123


ATVs may not be operated on a highway unless used for agricultural purposes between the hours of sunrise and sunset, for the purpose of surveying by a licensed engineer or land surveyor, or where designated.A person operating an all-terrain vehicle on a highway shall have a valid driver's license and the vehicle shall be operated at speeds of thirty-five miles per hour or less.An all-terrain vehicle that is owned by the owner of land adjacent to a highway, other than an interstate road, may be operated by the owner of the all-terrain vehicle, or by a member of the owner's family, on the portion of the highway right-of-way that is between the shoulder of the roadway, or at least five feet from the edge of the roadway, and the owner's property line. A person operating an all-terrain vehicle within the highway right-of-way under this subsection must comply with the registration, safety, and age requirements. Iowa Code Ann. 321.234A


A person under the age of sixteen (16) years may not operate an all-terrain vehicle with an engine size exceeding ninety (90) cubic centimeters displacement, and without direct parental supervision, and without headgear.A person under the age of twelve (12) years may not operate an all-terrain vehicle with an engine size exceeding seventy (70) cubic centimeters displacement, and without headgear.An ATV may be operated on a 2 lane public highway to cross or for agricultural purposes, or where designated.Operators must have valid license.ATVs must have least one (1) headlight and two (2) taillights, which shall be illuminated at all times the vehicle is in operation.Operation restricted to daylight hours, except when engaged in snow removal or emergency road maintenance


No person may operate a snow vehicle or a recreation vehicle upon any state, county, city or town way in the commonwealth, nor on the plowed snowbanks of such ways, nor upon any other public way, nor upon the right-of-way limits of a controlled access highway, unless to cross those roads or under emergency conditions that renders regular motor vehicle traffic impossible.No person under 16 and one-half years of age may operate a snow vehicle or a recreation vehicle across or on a public way unless the operator holds a valid license or right to operate a motor vehicle or is directly supervised by a person 18 years of age or older. Whenever it is impracticable to gain immediate access to an area adjacent to a public way where a snow vehicle or recreation vehicle is to be operated, said snow vehicle or recreation vehicle may be operated adjacent and parallel to the travelled portion of such public way for the purpose of gaining access to the area of operation. Snow vehicles or recreation vehicles may be operated on any way that is not maintained or used for the operation of conventional motor vehicles. Mass. Gen. Laws Ann. ch. 90B, 25


  • A person may not intentionally operate an off-highway vehicle:on a trail on public land that is designated or signed for nonmotorized use only;

  • on restricted areas within public lands that are posted or where gates or other clearly visible structures are placed to prevent unauthorized motorized vehicle access;

  • except as specifically authorized by law or rule adopted by the commissioner, in unfrozen public waters, as defined in section 103G.005; in a state park; in a scientific and natural area; or in a wildlife management area;

  • Use of off-highway vehicles is prohibited on state land administered by the commissioner of natural resources, and on county-administered forest land within the boundaries of a state forest, except on roads and trails specifically designated and posted by the commissioner for use by off-highway vehicles;

  • Except for designated forest roads, a person must not operate an off-highway vehicle on state forest lands during the firearms deer hunting season in areas of the state where deer may be taken by rifle. This paragraph does not apply to a person in possession of a valid deer hunting license operating an off-highway vehicle before or after legal shooting hours or from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Minn. Stat. Ann. 84.777


301.711. DecalsUpon receipt of the application for registration and the appropriate fee, the department of revenue must issue a decal showing the registration number and expiration date. The decal shall be displayed at all times and be affixed to the right front fork or frame of the all-terrain vehicle where it is clearly visible.Decal fee is 10 dollars. Decals valid for 3 years


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


Nev. Rev. Stat. 490.090. Operation.ATVs may not be operated on a paved highway that is not otherwise designated for use by off-highway vehicles. A person may operate an off-highway vehicle on a paved highway that is not otherwise designated for use by off-highway vehicles to cross, during an emergency where regular motor vehicle use is impossible, or the highway is designated as a trail connector, or to load/unload the vehicle where practical.A person may operate an off-highway vehicle on any public land, trail, way or unpaved county road unless prohibited by the governmental entity.


N.H. Rev. Stat. 215-A:6 Operation of All OHRVs.It is unlawful to operate any OHRV during the period from hour after sunset to hour before sunrise without displaying at least one lighted headlight and one lighted taillight.No person may operate an OHRV upon any portion of the right of way of any public way including the traveled portion of a maintained public way except as provided.No person may operate an OHRV at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the existing conditions and without regard for actual and potential hazards. In all cases speed shall be controlled so that the operator will be able to avoid colliding with any person, vehicle, or object.It is unlawful to operate any OHRV so as to endanger any person or damage any property.No person may operate an OHRV within the limits of any railroad right of way where the rails are still intact unless otherwise posted, except in any emergency.No person may operate an OHRV on the right of way of any public way classified as a class I highway and designated as an interstate highway, toll road or limited access highway.A person may operate an OHRV across any public way where the operation of said OHRV is not otherwise prohibited by law to cross the way, if the person has a driver's license or has completed the OHRV safety training course. 041b061a72


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