Quad Bike

Quad Bike is also known as all-terrain vehicle (ATV), and some people also call it a quad, four-wheeler three-wheeler, or quadricycle. This vehicle travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat for an operator, along with handlebars for steering control.As per its name, it is designed to work in a wide variety of terrain than most other vehicles. Although it is a legal vehicle in some countries and some country it is not legal to run in a street within most states and provinces of Australia, the United States or Canada.

United Kingdom

A “Quad bike” in the UK is recognised by law as a vehicle with four wheels and a weight less than 550 kg. To drive a quad bike on a public road, an individual requires a B1 license as well as tax, insurance and registration.


After consultation with farmers and quad bike manufacturers, Australia’s Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities (HWSA) in 2011 has released a strategy to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries associated with quad-bike use. The development of the report was closely followed by The Weekly Times newspaper and ABC television.