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All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)


Some hunters with a disability may choose to use an ATV to gain access to hunting areas. There are several options available, and a select few on the market that allow persons with a mobility device to stay in their device or take it with them. In addition, there are aftermarket products that allow a person with a disability to shift some ATVs electronically. For example, this can be done on most common four-wheelers.


ATVs offer some advantages to hunters with disabilities. They are smaller, allowing them to go places a larger vehicle cannot, and they are able to negotiate rough terrain. Most mobility devices such as scooters or wheelchairs are at a greater disadvantage in the outdoors. An ATV can allow a hunter with a disability to reach areas he or she usually cannot otherwise.


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