FAQ

Q: Do you need a Driving license to ride an ATV?

A: As it is off road vehicle in India you need no Driving license.

Q: What is the minimum age to start using an ATV?

A: Anyone above the age of 6 years can start using or getting trained on a 50cc ATV.

Q: How can we get a RTO registration for these ATV?

A: As ATV are not street legal in India, hence no registration is required.

Q: Can a ATV be insured?

A: Yes an ATV purchased from Avigna Motor Sports can be Insured against the following

  •         Theft
  •         Fire
  •         Accidental damage to ATV
  •         Medical claim for rider
  •         Medical claim for third party
  •         Vehicle damage of third party

Q: What fuel is used in ATV?

A: Normal petrol is fine for most of the ATV.

Q: What mileage does an ATV give?

A: Generally al lATV would give a mileage of 20-30 km/lit.

Q: What is the difference between an ATV, OHV, and a UTV?

A: ATV=“All-Terrain Vehicle”; OHV = “Off-Highway Vehicle”; UTV = “Utility Task Vehicle.”

Q: What are the different classes of ATV?

A: There are four types, or “Classes” of ATV. Class I, II, III, and IV.

Q: What is a Class I ATV?

A: Class I ATV, Internationally is a motorized, off-highway recreational vehicle 50 inches or less in width with a dry weight of 1,200 pounds or less that travels on three or more low pressure tires, uses handlebars for steering, has a  seat designed to be straddled by the operator, Travels on three or more pneumatic tires that are six inches or more in width and has wheels with a rim diameter 14” or less, and is designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, sand, snow, ice, marsh, swampland or other natural terrain.

Most riders refer to a Class I All-Terrain Vehicle as an ATV or quad.

Q: What is a Class II ATV?

A: Class II ATV, Internationally means any motor vehicle that weighs more than or is wider than a Class I all-terrain vehicle, is not a Class IV all-terrain vehicle; Is designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, sand, snow, ice, marsh, swampland or other natural terrain; and is actually being operated off a highway or is being operated on a highway for agricultural purposes.

Most riders refer to a Class II ATV as a Truck or Jeep (SUV), Dune Buggy, or Sand Rail.

Q: What is a Class III ATV?

A: Class III ATV, Internationally is an off-highway motorcycle that travels on two tires.

Q: What is a Class IV ATV?

A: Class IV ATV, Internationally is any motorized vehicle that travels on four or more pneumatic tires that are six inches or more in width and that are designed for use on wheels with a rim diameter of 14 inches or less; Is designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, sand, snow, ice, marsh, swampland or other natural terrain; Has no straddle seating; Has a steering wheel for steering controls; Has a dry weight of 1,800 pounds or less; and is 65 inches wide or less at its widest point.

Most riders refer to a Class IV All-Terrain Vehicle as a Side-by-side.

Q: Where can I find a map of designated ATV areas?

A: AMS Clubs & Resorts are compiling a guide, which  contains a map and listing of the designated ATV areas within India.  Specific trail maps may be available for areas you are interested in riding.

We have a regional interactive map of riding areas on this website.

Q: I’m disabled. I’ve heard that persons with Disabilities can access most parts ofOcean Shores with an ATV. How do I need any permit?

A: On Specific Ocean Shores you do not require a permission to ride an ATV, but still one should confirm the same with the local authorities before venturing on to a beach with an ATV.