It is unlawful for an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) manufacturer or distributor to import into or distribute in commerce in the United States any new assembled or unassembled ATV, unless the ATV is subject to an Action Plan on file with the Commission and the manufacturer/distributor complies with all provisions of the Action Plan (as well as all provisions of the ANSI/SVIA 1-2017 standard for ATVs). Action Plans must be approved by the Commission.
Section 42(e)(2) of the CPSA (as amended by the CPSIA) states that an "ATV action plan means a written plan or letter of undertaking that describes actions the manufacturer or distributor agrees to take to promote ATV safety, including rider training, dissemination of safety information, age recommendations, other policies governing marketing and sale of the ATVs, the monitoring of such sales, and other safety related measures, and that is substantially similar to the plans described under the heading 'The Undertakings of the Companies in the Commission Notice' published in the Federal Register on September 9, 1998 (63 FR 48199-48204)."
For more information about ATV Action Plans, please visit: ATV Action Plans | CPSC.gov. Additionally, the CPSC’s Regulatory Robot tool may also provide helpful information: https://business.cpsc.gov/robot.