STATE SENATE PASSES BILL ALLOWING ATVs ON TWO ROADS IN OLIVER SPRINGS AREA

The Tennessee State Senate passed State Bill 1131, allowing ATVs and other off-road vehicles to travel on parts of State Route 330 and Highway 62 during the day in the Oliver Springs area.

Senator Ken Yager said he proposed the bill at the urging of Oliver Springs Mayor Jason Stiltner.

The proposed bill would help Windrock Park, a 73,000-acre, off-roading destination outside of Oliver Springs.

The side-by-sides Windrock rents to customers can travel the speed limits on the roads listed in the proposed bill.

The Tennessee House would have to pass the bill, and the governor would have to sign it before it becomes law.

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