Although 4 wheeler ATVs are some of the most dangerous vehicles, people are interested in buying four wheelers for kids. Not only do these four-wheelers tear up the natural habitat, but they create tremendous noise whilst inducing their erosion, disturbing the native wildlife. Back in the days, young people eroded the soil and essentially wrecked things for everyone else trying to enjoy the wilderness. But worst of all is the threat of the four-wheelers.
Going four-wheeling in one of those trucks is far safer, and it is both fun and popular to do. But whenever you take something off the road and go through the brush and the hills, you're going to wind up with someone getting hurt. Lots of people go four-wheeling during or after a drinking binge. That means there is a lot of people out there, too drunk to drive, tearing streets down at breakneck speed. A safer way is using 4×4 trucks, and it is also common. Nevertheless, anything that involves driving around trucks off the road for recreation, people will find a way to make dangerous, especially if they are young and stupid. Rather than having to worry about their four-wheelers rolling over on them, we have the problem of drunken drivers moving in their older brother, or father's pickup trucks at high speeds on the back streets. And more than once, this has had tragic results.
No matter how much fun they seem, people that are aware of how dangerous four-wheel ATVs are buying them for their children. It seems like they are only asking for trouble by doing that. There are things like movie theaters and terrific movies soda shops for a nice afternoon treat, and even music venues that people of all ages can go to. How about loving nature by taking a great hike in the woods? There are acres and acres of wilderness to research that do not need to be spoiled by the grumbling whine of an ATV. On an ATV, the nature flashes by so fast you can not see anything, you can not hear any birds singing, and all of the great wildlife practically scared away out there. There have to be some laws protecting children and the environment from the dangers of ATVs. While they are of use to someone out there, they are not toys, and they're definitely not for children.
Why, with all of this tragedy, parents would even consider buying their children four-wheelers? It does not make any sense. It is not like there is absolutely nothing to do in town. There are movie theaters, the soda shop, the main drag. There is an all-ages venue that provides rock music for the kids. And that doesn't even touch the beautiful wilderness that surrounds us on all. But rather than enjoying that wilderness for its quiet and mystery, the children use it to push their four-wheelers, making enough noise to wake the devil himself and trampling on the character. That's a shame when you realize how much they miss out on hearing the four-wheelers engines' rumble over. A whole world is passing them by. Parents should save their money and buy their kids something safer.