YEs you do.. both MA and NH
does anyone know if i need an ohrv sticker in nh if the vehicle is plated?
YEs you do.. both MA and NH
What about out of state plates, i.e. riding in MA with VT plates. Still need a sticker?
Any OHRV needs a sticker even a snowmobile riding on a frozen lake in NH
Although if your MC is street plated you can ride it on the ice.
Same question but different circumstances.
Do you need a mass OHRV sticker if your mass plated?
Its a toss up between street registering in NH. No insurance will be needed and I'd be able to get an antique OHRV sticker for life on my 1986, or street registering in MA, I believe I don't need an OHRV in MA, but having to pay $65 a year for a non-resident NH OHRV sticker. I've called the MA environmental police and only gotten an answering machine, no call back. Anyone who is in the know could you please help me out.
In addition the MA OHRV Reg. occasionally helps out a little when you are riding where maybe you shouldn't be riding. If you catch the fish and game, or regular old townie, police officer on a good day he/she may just tell you to head home, or even keep riding, if he/she sees the Reg. where without it he/she may have impounded your bike and fined you up the wazoo.
Would one need an OHRV sticker on a plated bike if they were to go on a fire road?
Not sure where "fire" roads fall in this. Where they are usually gated I would think that they are not open for public travel and therefore not legal for either OHRV or street registered bikes to be on unless specifically indicated by signage.
So i got a NH non-resident sticker on the dirt bike and went up to Clough State Forrest in weare, NH. The place could get boring, but it would take quite a long while. By the time I've outgrown the place the $65 for the registration will have been a bargain. Alot of tight twisty single and double track trails, the majority of them are one way to avoid crashes. Alot of altitude changes throughout the trails too. They all loop around and connect to the parking lot. The parking lot itself is huge and has loading ramps for pickups. I was told that in the summer the weekends would have tailgating, tons of riders from all over and a cool atmosphere. Since the land is partly Army Corps of Engineers too the place looks well kept up. I'll definitely be going back again real soon. Check out this linky:
i would like to ride Clough before the season ends. sounds like a good time (even if you're rusty, like me)
my schedule blows, but i'm down to plan something at some point.
i'll be the one with a bike trying to fuel every other bike in a 300mi radius though (guess i do still have issues after sucking that muddy silt in, pisses if you look at it funny. gotta clean it out AGAIN)
Anytime people want to gather for a day of riding at Clough let me know and I'll be there. I have been up there at least one day out of every weekend for the last month or so. It has been good riding every time.
yeah, would def hit you up, Joel. i know you're semi-local.
this fall weather is outrageous. need to take advantage!
I'm in. keep me in the loop please.
Not that it bothers ME. But each & every time I've been there, I see LEO's in the parking lot and/or F&G on the trails. Just saying it may be wise to be legal there is all...
yeah, i would need to grab a NH reg, might do that Sat. i'm already reg'd in MA.
If you do get up there it will likely be wet! All this rain from Friday and Saturday should fill in all the holes quite nicely and make for a slip sliding day of riding fun.
watching the weather. may go Sunday or maybe Monday. A co-worker with a quad has Monday off and so do I this week. It sure will be lonely if we go Monday.
yeah, been watching the weather as well... prob just hit Oxford instead. less precip percentages plus i'm not sure we can grab stickers on a Sunday AM (?)