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[2013] Assembly Bill 261 - Remove Agricultural Registration

This bill allows, but does not require, a person who operates an ATV or UTV exclusively for agricultural purposes or exclusively on private property to register the ATV or UTV.

Current law prohibits any person from operating an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or utility terrain vehicle (UTV) unless the ATV or UTV is registered by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) or is exempt from registration. Among the ATVs and UTVs that are exempt from registration are those that are covered by a valid registration in another state and that are located in this state for a specified limited period of time.

Generally, a person may not operate an ATV or UTV on an ATV trail or other established ATV corridor that is open to the public unless it is registered for public use or is exempt from registration. A person who operates an ATV or UTV exclusively for agricultural purposes or exclusively on private property is not required to register that ATV or UTV for public use but must register the ATV or UTV for private use. This bill allows, but does not require, a person who operates an ATV or UTV exclusively for agricultural purposes or exclusively on private property to register the ATV or UTV.

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