Using an ATV for the First Time: Enjoy the Thrill and Peace of Mind

Driving an ATV is a thrilling experience that does not have to be a risky one. You can learn how to drive an ATV, like the many masters of ATV riding, who started out as beginners, too. Cordell Insurance, serving Baton Rouge, LA, works with customers to find the best insurance coverage that fits their needs, budget, and Louisiana state requirements, so you can feel free to enjoy life while knowing that any big or small incidents will be handled effectively.

An ATV is defined by Louisiana state legislation as an off-road vehicle manufactured that cannot be driven on public streets or have a license plate and must be registered. You need to submit proof of insurance to a local DMV much like you would do for a typical vehicle at the time of initial registration and each registration renewal (registration renewal is required every 4 years for ATVs).

It is also a state requirement to adhere to certain safety regulations when operating your ATV. Please keep in mind that insurance coverage and requirements vary from state to state, so it is crucial to know the requirements for your specific state. Many of these regulations are tailored to a specific area. For instance, since there are a lot of land areas in Louisiana with trails that accommodate off-road vehicles, Louisiana state law prohibits riding on public roads. Your insurance agent will explain and clarify any precautions you need to be aware of while riding an ATV for the first time in a particular area.

Stop by, call, or send an email to the Cordell Insurance office to speak with one of their experienced agents today and start pursuing new experiences tomorrow with peace of mind.