Quad Bikes are defined as; a vehicle that travels on low pressure tyres, with a seat straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for the steering control. Although with the right accessories they may be street legal motorised bikes, quad bikes are more well known for being able to handle rougher terrains than a normal vehicle. Whilst Quad Bikes may be compared to a motorbike, you get more stability at slower speeds from a quad bike due to the larger tyres.
Quad Bikes are a special off-road vehicle with four wheels that have a weight of less than 550 kgs. You need a special B1 license to drive a quad bike in the UK as well as the required tax fees, insurance, and registration. Quad bikes are often used for farming, sheep herding and lifeguarding assistance [...]