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    Question for those who wheel in different states?

    So when traveling and off roading, does your state accept off road trail permit from other states or do I have to buy a permit for each state?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wibornz View Post
    So when traveling and off roading, does your state accept off road trail permit from other states or do I have to buy a permit for each state?
    I've never heard of state permits. There are none required in Pa that I know of.

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    There is none required for ny either, just for the beaches but not the trails


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    None of the state's I have wheeled in require anything like that.

    Where are you from that does?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    None of the state's I have wheeled in require anything like that.

    Where are you from that does?
    Michigan sells ORV trail stickers


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    And don't dare get caught wheeling without one.

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    Montana doesn’t require one

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    None in Wisconsin

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    Thus far, states that require off roading permits Do Not transfer between each other. You will need to get one in the state, if it requires it. Take note that most states Do Not require them and those that do usually have them available at the park entrances.
    Add Texas to the list that requires them.
    Courtesy is given. Respect is Earned.

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    I wasn’t totally clear on it when wheeling in Oregon so I went ahead and got a permit. Can’t remember if it was only required on state lands or what the deal was. Hopefully some OR guys on here can clear it up. I also remember there being a requirement of fire extinguisher and shovel. I’m sure there’s other states that require ORV permits as well and I’d be shocked if any of them would recognize a permit for another state.


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