MORRISTOWN, Vt. (AP) — Tom and Cynthia Cloutier treasure spending time on their porch, eating dinner on their deck with a view of the mountains, and generally just enjoying the quiet of living in rural Vermont in the home they bought in 2018 after retirement.

That all changed the following year, when a section of road that abuts their property was opened to all-terrain vehicles that previously were not permitted on roads. Frequently, when they'd go outside, noisy ATVs would be coming down the road, he said.

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mkardo68

Here in Shamokin PA we didn't even get to vote. I don't mind them on the streets but they should have to go through some kind of inspection. some of these atv's are just way to loud

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