What is Effect of Off-Roading to Environment?

Not only do the off-road vehicles extract harmful substances such as carbon mono-oxide and nitrogen dioxide that put our plant life at risk

Off-road vehicles can have a detrimental impact on the environment by promoting soil erosion, noise pollution, and disrupting the earth.

The root is the main part of the plant; any harm to this part can be deadly dangerous for the plant life. We must acknowledge the importance of plants in our daily life; we cannot simply allow someone to disrupt nature easily.

Wet areas are often associated with quality vegetation as they are suited for vegetation, but the curse is that ATV drivers often take it as fun to destroy these areas.

Turtles, frogs, fishes depend upon dissolved oxygen but suspended dangerous particles can block the flow of light and culminate into the shortage of dissolved oxygen, disrupting the natural habitat of many species.

According to a Montana State University Extension Service study, one dirt bike can distribute 2,000 seeds over a 10-mile (16-kilometre) radius.

We can protect these animals by taking care of the speed limit. You must understand that off-road vehicles impart a great opportunity to enjoy mother nature while driving through the woods.

Government should play an active role in stopping this activity of killing animals. It could be done by setting certain rules, and it should be considered illegal.