Under certain conditions and only for purposes of farming, farmers are allowed to operate all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and Gator-type vehicles of limited size on county and township roads
Those vehicles may not be driven on state highways or city streets, however. And a driver's license is required for on-road operation.
Until, 2010, ATVs had been prohibited from anything more than crossing a public road unless a local ordinance provided further authorization.
Non-farm use of ATVs on public roads is still prohibited.
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