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Thanks for this information. It's very helpful. I didn't even know a site like this existed.

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Since i'm in B.C., Canada, i guess i'll tell you they have just incorporated a law here to have riders license and insure their ATV's except if you're using it on private land. If you're a member of any game club or wildlife federation, then they automatically insure you as a part of your membership.

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