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All-terrain vehicles with 250-400 cc engines will be assembled at the new plant, Suzuki said.
Emergency crews had to use an all-terrain vehicle to assist during the incident.
6) "AMA/ATVA Challenge Attacks on All-Terrain Vehicles," news release from the American Motorcyclist Association and the All-Terrain Vehicle Association, Pickering, Ohio, Aug.
The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute([R]), a not-for-profit division of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America([R]), was formed in 1988 to implement an expanded national program of all-terrain vehicle safety education and awareness.
The BvS10 Beowulf is a successor platform to the BV206 tracked all-terrain vehicle that is vastly used by more than 40 countries.
Since 1983, the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America has promoted the safe and responsible use of All-Terrain Vehicles through rider training programs, public awareness campaigns, and state legislation.
The Hagglund BV206 all-terrain vehicle (below) is amphibious and is designed to overcome boulder strewn terrain, marshes and rivers.
It consists of 4 lots: Lot 1 - all paths vehicle - delivery van - Drive 4x2 with limited slip differential Lot 2 - all-terrain vehicle - version 4-5 places - Drive 4x2 with limited slip differential Lot 3 - all-terrain vehicle - delivery van - 4x4 Traction Lot 4 - all-terrain vehicle - version 4-5 seats - Traction 4x4Le this market is a market order, based on assumed quantities.
A report released today by the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC 2005 Annual Report of ATV Deaths and Injuries") shows that the number of estimated all-terrain vehicle (ATV) injuries involving children under 16 fell 10% between 2004 and 2005, and has fallen from 37% of all ATV-related injuries in 1998 to 30% in 2005.
These changes, designed to strengthen performance in the increasingly competitive all-terrain vehicle (ATV) category, allow Polaris to realign resources across the organization in order to lower the cost structure and pursue additional growth initiatives, making the company more competitive.