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Rules toughened for riding ATVs, for children's sake

Legislation on ATVs, dubbed Sean’s Bill, would prohibit riders under 14 years old. Legislation on ATVs, dubbed Sean’s Bill, would prohibit riders under 14 years old. (The Boston Globe/File 2006)
By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / August 1, 2010

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New legislation putting serious restrictions on all-terrain-vehicle riding is garnering praise from parents whose children have been injured or killed on these three- and four-wheeled off-road vehicles, and criticism from ATV enthusiasts. (Full article: 523 words)

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