OFF ROAD AND ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES

First regulations requiring them to be registered in the State of Michigan was in 1975 (Public Act 310 of 1975)

No one under the age of 16 may operate any 3-wheeled ATV

No one under the age of 10 may operate any 4-wheeled ATV except on private land while performing farm-related work operations

Children who are 10 and 11 years old may operate 4‑wheeled ATVs only when all of the following conditions are met.

The ATV is being operated on land owned by the child’s parent or guardian and the Operator is under visual supervision of an adult and Operator possesses a valid ORV Safety Certificate. 

Children who are 12–15 years old may operate 4-wheeled ATVs only when both of the following conditions are met: 

Operator is under visual supervision of an adult and Operator possesses a valid ORV Safety Certificate and Operator is under visual supervision of an adult.

Children under 16 may operate other ORVs (trail bikes, for example) only when both of the following conditions are met:

Operator is under visual supervision of an adult and Operator possesses a valid ORV safety certificate.

The back of the decal, prior to being attached to the Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) has mounting instructions for the decal.  You can read what they basically say from the image shown below.

 

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The decals are 3 3/4" x 2 1/2" in size

1975

NEED

1976

NEED

1977

NEED

     
1978

NEED

1979

1980

NEED

 
1981

NEED

1982

1983

NEED

     
1984

NEED

1985

1986

NEED

 
1987

NEED

1988

NEED

1989

NEED

 
1990

NEED

1991

1992

 
1993

1994-1999

NEED

2000-2009

NEED 

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