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Whenever there is a story about ATVs, it is usually some idiot doing donuts or tearing up personal property. There is a good chance the ATVs were not registered and the driver not a member of any ATV club.
There has been hundreds of hours of volunteering done to create trails for people like myself to legally go and enjoy a ride. There is also the fact that many land owners have given up parts of their land that would have been crops to create these trails.
Now I read that if some idiot makes donuts on a clay road, the pilot project of allowing ATVs on certain clay roads will be cancelled. Where I live, at the bottom of a blind hill, cars and trucks are speeding and passing on a solid line every day.
So, Minister Myers, if this continues, maybe it is time to put up a sign saying the road will be closed to all traffic!