Oh WOW thanks, I wondered about that but never seen that before. I'll have to figure out how to drain it because the boys siphoned gas out of an old lawnmower before it stopped running and it may just be bad gas.It appears to be a drain hose for the carburetor bowl. You can open up the drain and the fuel in the bowl will drain out the hose, and not all over the ATV.
Yes I usually keep it in the off position when not in use.Looks like the fuel shut off valve is in the off position
Ok, that makes sense because it is a Chinese ATV and there is a spring clamp at the end of the hose which led me to believe the hose was connected to something in the first place. Now I think something fell off the end of the hose.That looks like a Chinese made ATV. Usually, the fuel drain is a screw in the float bowl, as mentioned above. But sometimes, if there's no drain screw, and the carb is a common one used on scooters, the fuel drain screw is in the end of the hose.