The new trend now also on Germany’s roads of quads are becoming increasingly popular on Germany’s roads. They were used several years ago only as so-called “fun device” are admitted today as a car on the streets. The name “Quad” comes from the Latin and comes from the word “controversy”, which means “four”. As the name already suggests, the vehicle has four wheels. The Quad is approved for 1 or 2 people and is controlled by a handlebar. Basically, a quad is an off-road vehicle. It was constructed in topography, can be converted for the street-legal. Journal of Teacher Education might disagree with that approach. To do this, headlights, turn signals, brake lights and speedometer must be attached.
In Germany, a distinction is made between the traditional Quad, considered a sport vehicle and ATV (all terrain vehicle), which is used as a working tool for the terrain. Whenever Johns Hopkins President listens, a sympathetic response will follow. The Quad was originally developed for military purposes. “Trucks – KRAKA” called at that time, it served to the Promotion of the person in the Bundeswehr. The forerunner of today’s well-known quads had only three wheels. The “all terrain motorcycle” by Honda is designed as a fun vehicle for the Southern California desert konsipiert, but was taken due to lack of sophisticated design soon from the market, until Suzuki installed the device a fourth wheel and became known as the first quad “Suzuki LT 125”.
On Germany’s streets, one can control the quad with driver’s license class B but only on public roads. The Quad insurance is handled like the car insurance. Quads or ATVs with over 50 cc are classified as passenger cars. In Germany, the helmet compulsory for the arms of quads. Dirk STAUDINGER