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Wardens urge ATV riders to remember safety as weather turns dry

Ride sober, keep speeds down and wear helmets during holiday week

8:27 AM, Jun. 28, 2013

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Wisconsin all-terrain vehicle riders looking to take advantage of dry skies and a July Fourth holiday break should note Gov. Scott Walker recently signed into law two safety-related laws for both all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles.

Conservation Warden Gary Eddy, also the ATV-UTV administrator, says the new laws stress safety while also adjusting age and speed restrictions. "It remains vitally important that all operators remember these safety practices - stay sober, keep your speed down and wear a helmet," Eddy says. "We don't want you to become an addition to the statistics."

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