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Old 03-26-2017, 06:00 PM
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how old does my kid have to be to ride

Boy has a 110cc chinese quad. He is 7 and rides very well. When i get a quad i want him to ride with me. Is he allowed on the trails on his own at that age? Does his quad need to be registered?

OR do i have to get a 2 up seat and he rides with me?
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Old 03-26-2017, 07:47 PM
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from what i have read, ATVers under 14 need supervision of an adult and a helmet. Okay, no real difference than a snowmobile.
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Old 03-26-2017, 08:42 PM
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Not sure on the age, but as said helmet is a must.
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Think theres a issue with crossing public road ways you will have drive quad across
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Old 03-26-2017, 11:33 PM
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yes, i believe you are correct. I think all ORV fall under the same blanket
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also has to be youth quad can't be full size
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Click on the image below to be taken to MPI's ORV Brochure, or scroll down to open the attachment.



Page 8:
Rules for operating your ORV
Age requirements:

Under 14 years of age
You can operate an ORV only under the direct
supervision of your parent/legal guardian or a
person over the age of 18 authorized by your
parent/legal guardian. You can travel in ditches
but you cannot cross or travel on roadways,
shoulders or sidewalks.

14+ years of age (without a valid driverís licence)
You can operate an ORV unsupervised.* You can
travel in ditches but you cannot cross or travel
on roadways, shoulders or sidewalks.

15M+ years of age (with a valid Learner Stage
driverís licence)
You can operate an ORV unsupervised.* You can
travel in ditches but you cannot cross or travel on
roadways, shoulders or sidewalks.

16+ years of age (with a valid Intermediate or
Full Stage driverís licence)
You can operate an ORV anywhere that ORV use
is permitted as long as you follow the rules laid
out in The Off-Road Vehicles Act. Many of those
rules are described in this brochure.

Manufacturers may provide a minimum age
recommendation that should be followed.
This does not override the requirements of
The Off-Road Vehicles Act.

* Except a motorcycle, four-wheel drive or snow vehicle
that is eligible for registration under The Drivers and
Vehicles Act.

Click on the image below to be taken to the Gov of MB website regarding all MB laws in effect for ATV's.



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We just had a dad pickup a new Cat 300 for his 9 year old son today.You couldn't have wiped the smile off that young lads face and now he can quad with his dad.
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Boy has a 110cc chinese quad. He is 7 and rides very well. When i get a quad i want him to ride with me. Is he allowed on the trails on his own at that age? Does his quad need to be registered?

OR do i have to get a 2 up seat and he rides with me?
My kid was 7 when she got a rzr 170, shes 10 now and a unbelieveable driver, take her on the trails all the time no matter the terrain. Some people frown on it i'm sure but its my kid and i feel she knows what to expect. I got no problem seeing the lil guys have fun on the trails.
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My kid was 7 when she got a rzr 170, shes 10 now and a unbelieveable driver, take her on the trails all the time no matter the terrain. Some people frown on it i'm sure but its my kid and i feel she knows what to expect. I got no problem seeing the lil guys have fun on the trails.
Awesome, let the Kid's be kids! Train them skills wise and safety wise, and let them ride. Show them the mechanical side of maintenance and upkeep.

I started on a go-kart at the age of 2. Mini bikes at 7. Dirt-bikes at 16. Eventually I will get the hang of these things..... R is for Racing right?

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Awesome, let the Kid's be kids! Train them skills wise and safety wise, and let them ride. Show them the mechanical side of maintenance and upkeep.

I started on a go-kart at the age of 2. Mini bikes at 7. Dirt-bikes at 16. Eventually I will get the hang of these things..... R is for Racing right?

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My first dirt-bike when i was 5, rode everyday i could thanks to free farm fuel, it was the life, cleaned it and serviced it almost everyday, rode many different brands, started racing mma in 98 when i was 15, till i retired in 2008. Still get that itch every spring........actually came across my vintage pics from 1998 mma first race in baldur, very funny.
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My kid was 7 when she got a rzr 170, shes 10 now and a unbelieveable driver, take her on the trails all the time no matter the terrain. Some people frown on it i'm sure but its my kid and i feel she knows what to expect. I got no problem seeing the lil guys have fun on the trails.
Start them young both my girls 10 and 12 are junior ATV black belts too, they can do a all day ride on a manual shift SRA Honda. And go where we go.
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