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If you own an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or off-highway vehicle (OHV) in Arizona, you may wonder if it is legal to take your vehicle on public roads and freeways. The answer depends on the modifications you have made to the vehicle, as well as if you have the correct equipment and insurance.
Maintaining the correct flow of traffic requires all drivers and other road users – including bicyclists and pedestrians – to obey Arizona’s right-of-way laws. The right-of-way is the legal right to proceed across a roadway or into an intersection. These laws are in place to maintain traffic patterns and prevent two streams of traffic from colliding with each other.
If you get involved in a car accident, you may be facing a mountain of medical bills and property damage costs. The price of your car accident may be overwhelming, but it is critical not to accept a fast settlement from a car insurance company.
If you get convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) in Arizona, part of your sentence will most likely be the requirement to have an ignition interlock device (IID) installed in your vehicle. This device requires you to blow an alcohol-free breath before your vehicle’s engine will start.
If you own a golf cart in Arizona, there are circumstances when you can operate it on public roads. However, you must follow state laws to make your golf cart street-legal. You must also abide by all road rules that apply to you, as well as be vigilant to prevent motor vehicle accidents.