Should You Designate a Highway as an All-Terrain Vehicle Route?

For The Mutual Effort (Winter 2005)

The Wisconsin Statutes allow a county, city, village, or town to designate a highway within their respective jurisdictions as an all-terrain vehicle route. This article discusses the impact of a municipality's decision to designate a highway as an all-terrain vehicle route could have on recreational immunity as well as liability for highway defects.

Filed Under: Government Law