This documentary shows how the Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Division of State Parks and Recreation distorts information, and how these distortions are passed on to public officials and the public. The Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Area ODSVRA is out of compliance with its 1982 Coastal Permit, which specified that an alternative entry had to be established so that vehicles would not drive on the beach, through the creek and the natural preserve, or on county land for ingress and egress to the ODSVRA. The use of La Grande Tract and Pismo State Beach for off-roading violates the San Luis Obispo Local Coastal Plan (LCP) which designates the area from Pier Avenue to the ODSVRA as a buffer area. The OHV claims it does the county a favor by relieving it from liability, but refuses to give the county information on lawsuits. Air pollution downwind of the ODSVRA is health threatening and pedestrians have no access to a necessary beach. The OHV's claim that off-roading benefits the local economy $200 million a year is a distortion that ti has been forced to recant.