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Old 01-01-2014, 10:56 AM   #1
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Quartzsite, quad or toad?

We are in the planning stage for 3months in Quartzsite, staying in camp grounds and boon docking.
We are not sure which to bring are chevy sonic toad, or a sideXside quad and dirt bike in a enclosed trailer. I would be nice to bring both, but we cant, what you do?
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Depends on where you boondock & where you want to go. I understand that quads are not allowed on the bridge that crosses the freeway, which could limit your ability to "go to town".
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Depends on where you boondock & where you want to go. I understand that quads are not allowed on the bridge that crosses the freeway, which could limit your ability to "go to town".
I forgot to mention this will be our first time at Q
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Bring the off road toys for a stay that long. You can always take your RV to town to shop or whatever it's not that big of a deal to move it and maybe park in a new spot when done !
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Bring a gas powered Golf-cart, takes care of both needs!
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Old 01-01-2014, 06:47 PM   #6
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Howdy!

I don't think things have changed in Q but you can not ride a (atv, side-by-side, motorcross bike etc...) on the paved road way unless it is licensed and insured. Some stated do have reciprocal agreements. They are permited to be driven on posted roadway with speed limits 45 mph and lower. So you can cross the bridge in Q. The Q police department does strickly enforce these laws. You will get you funs worth riding in the Q area lots to see, and you can take the offroad trails into town from the BLM to beat the traffic and parking is much easier.

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