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Old 07-18-2014, 07:17 PM   #1
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Vermont ohrv registration needed?

So I'm heading over to Vermont in early September to run some old class 4 roads I used to explore when I lived in Pittsford VT back In the early '00s.
In Maine and NH both, if you are not registered in that state, you must buy a OHRV sticker.
I called VT fish and game,whose website said it does atv registrations.They sent me to the State Police,who sent me to BMV.
So after all that.....no answer.
Thus I come here

Any trail maps for Central VT would be great too
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Old 07-19-2014, 03:32 AM   #2
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OHRV in Vt. is for ATV's. If you are legally registered to ride on the road(any state) you're all set in Vt.
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Old Yesterday, 11:27 AM   #3
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OHRV in Vt. is for ATV's. If you are legally registered to ride on the road(any state) you're all set in Vt.
As he noted, any vehicle legal for street may legally travel class four roadways. Whether or not it can travel them can be a different question.

I generated some Garmin files and PDFs that include all of the class four roads and legal trails in the data provided by the Vermont Agency of Transportation, and you can find them over in Layin' Down Tracks. I haven't updated them since 2012, but there haven't been a whole lot of class-four changes. Class four roads are, by definition, legal for motorized use; legal trails are generally legal unless otherwise prohibited by town ordinance (the "non-legal" advice I got from a lawyer who is interested in such things was that if it is a legal trail, isn't posted, and looks like it gets vehicular traffic, it's almost definitely fair game).

As far as which of the legal trails and class-four roads actually go through...weeeellll, that depends. If you narrowed down "Central Vermont" a bit and let us know how much adventure you seek, we might be able to provide more specifics.
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