(A)   ATV operators aged 12 to 15 years may operate an ATV on public lands and frozen waters and make direct crossing of roadways with a valid safety certificate if accompanied on another ATV by a person 18 years or over with a valid driver's license.
   (B)   Anyone born after July 1, 1987, and is 12 years or older, must have a valid ATV safety certificate to operate on public lands, trails, and frozen waters and when crossing road rights-of-way.
   (C)   A valid driver's license is required to operate anywhere it is legal on road rights-of-way including ditches, inside and outside slopes, and crossing roads. The only exception would be on portions of a designated trail for that vehicle type that specifically includes a road right-of-way. Youth aged 12 to 16 years with a valid ATV youth safety certificate and accompanied by a parent or guardian on a separate ATV may operate on a roadway.
Penalty, see § 10.99