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In this Dec.16, 2015 photo, Michael Rygh stands near all-terrain vehicles at his dealership in Algona, Iowa. The buzzy, open-air vehicles are supposed to be banned from roads in New York and other states. But small communities across the nation are increasingly bending the rules under pressure from riders who want to go wherever they please, even though ATV manufacturers warn that the vehicles are unstable on flat pavement and accidents kill more than 300 riders each year. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

In this Dec.16, 2015 photo, Michael Rygh stands near all-terrain vehicles at his dealership in Algona, Iowa. The buzzy, open-air vehicles are supposed to be banned from roads in New York and other states. But small communities across the nation are increasingly bending the rules under pressure from riders who want to go wherever they please, even though ATV manufacturers warn that the vehicles are unstable on flat pavement and accidents kill more than 300 riders each year. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

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