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I was reading about atv's over in Europe and the way they are used compair to the US. If you don't own property or know someone willing to let you ride on there property your only alternative is the roads. 90% of the atv's sold in Europe are street legal and that includes the Grizzly, they even ride the Autobaun. Most have been lowered for better control at higher speeds. You are not aloud to add modifications without the machine being reinspected by a qualified dealer and it must be inspected every two years for safety. We are working to keep our favorite riding areas open and other countries open the area up to everyone. I can see the good and the bad side to this just thought it was interesting how other countries use their atv's.
 

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Besides the stock equipment, You have to have turn signals, horn - like bike. Inspection apply same way like for the cars or bikes, which is typical. Germany are more restrictive as per safety and add-ons, everything over there has to be TÃœV approved, for example if You would like to have ROX risers, they would have to have TÃœV certificate.
I know couple of my friends have registered their Grizzlies as a yard tractor, less points of inspection, cheaper.
The best part is that they can make a 1000-2000 miles trips through some countries from sea to sea using normal roads but not only.
You can see the reasons for safety inspections, so You and everybody on the road have a good/safe working vehicles.
 
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