HARRISBURG – A measure that would help PA farmers by updating state law regarding multi-purpose agriculture vehicles is headed to the Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk after being approved by the state House. Senate Bill 995 was previously approved by the state Senate on June 9. Currently, state law allows farmers to use MAVs – commonly known as all-terrain vehicles and “side by side” vehicles – of up to 62-inches wide on public roads provided that they are only traveling a very limited distance from their farms. However, many newer MAVs measure out at 64-inches wide. The legislation would permit the use of MAVs of up to 66-inches. Senate Bill 995 does not increase the distances that farmers are able to travel, nor does it roll back any safety measures that farmers must comply with in order to use these vehicles on the road.