Aaron Hatch wanted a light bar for his ATV that would light his way without draining his wallet. But after searching everywhere, the operations management student gave up and decided to build his own. From this effort, his company, WD Electronics, was born. He is now selling premium, but reasonably priced, LED light bars and kits for people to make their ATVs street legal. “I now have three dealers that sell my products in their showroom, and I cannot make my street-legal kits fast enough for my orders I have coming in,” Hatch said. wdelectronics.com
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