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Who can operate ATV/OHVs on public lands or roads?
04/21/05 at 06:14:02
 
Who can operate OHVs on public lands or roads?
No one under eight years of age may operate an OHV on public roads, trails, or lands in Utah. Drivers from eight to 15 years of age must possess an OHV education certificate issued by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation. Drivers 16 years of age and older must possess a valid driver's license or an OHV education certificate.

Education certificates will be issued to anyone eight years old and older who completes the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation OHV education course or passes an OHV knowledge and skills test. Contact the division for education information.

To request class dates in your area, call 1(800) OHV RIDE (648 7433). In Salt Lake, call 538 RIDE (7433). or Email Multimedia file viewing and clickable links are available for registered members only!!  You need to Login or Register!!
There are 30 OHV training ranges conveniently located in high use areas around the state.

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and also request an application online.

Utah now honors all ASI certificates and the following States OHV/ATV education programs.
  • Oregon State Parks
  • California State Parks
  • Texas Wildlife and Parks
  • Iowa Department of Natural Resources
  • Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
  • Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  • Pennsylvania Dept. of Conservation and Natural
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  • Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • New York
  • North Dakota State Parks and Recreation
  • Maine Department of Conservation

This list is subject to change without notice so call 1(800) OHV RIDE (648 7433) for current information.

What about helmets?
Properly-fitted, safety-rated helmets must be worn by OHV drivers and passengers under 18 years of age. All drivers and passengers of any age should wear protective head gear.
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