A little info about Kids ATVs and Adult Four Wheelers (quads)
As defined by the American National Standards Institute, or ANSI, an ATV is a low-speed vehicle that can travel on most forms of land terrain, rough or smooth, thanks to its low-pressure tires.
Currently, the United States doesn’t consider all kinds of ATVs street-legal, unlike in some parts of the world, where ATV owners are free to drive their vehicles on all roads. In the U.S., the All-terrain Vehicle Safety Institute (ASI) was formed to ensure that ATV riders of all ages are well-versed and educated in the proper handling of their ATVs, as well as the safety guidelines on the road. The ASI holds regular training sessions to equip ATV riders with the proper safety guidelines of ATV usage. There’s a minimal fee for registering in this class, though for new ATV owners, the training is completely free. For many states, successfully completing the ASI training program is a minor requirement for ATV riders who are considered minors. This training will allow them to secure a license so they can drive their kid’s ATV. For those not covered by the ASI, though, several states do issue a separate safety guideline class that allows drivers to secure a license.
The current Chinese brands available for ATVs are Coolster, BMS, IceBear, CFMoto, Hisun, JCL, Tao Tao, Kazuma, and others. ATVs also come in different engine sizes, ranging from 110cc, 125cc, 150cc, 250cc to 800cc.