The Consumer Product Safety Commission in the United States released figures for 2005 that an estimated 136,700 injuries were associated with ATVs and 767 people died. Data from 2004 showed that 44,000 children under the age of 16 were injured while riding ATVs and 150 children died.https://hmrentacardubai.com/
ATVs are now mandated to have a label stating these vehicles greater than 90cc should not be used by riders under the age of 12. However this is not a law but a manufacturer and CPSC recommendation. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the CPSC actually recommend that no children under the age of 16 should ride it. A Canadian study went further and stated that the injury patterns, severity and cost to the healthcare system of pediatric injuries associated to ATVs resemble those caused by motor vehicles and public policies should reflect that fact.