House Bill 75 — Nonresident off-highway vehicles

House Bill 75 — Nonresident off-highway vehicles

by
Phil Haunschild
February 5, 2019

Bill description: HB 75 would require nonresidents to purchase a user certificate to use an off-highway vehicle  (OHV) in Idaho.

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Does it directly or indirectly create or increase any taxes, fees, or other assessments? Conversely, does it eliminate or reduce any taxes, fees, or other assessments?

Currently, out-of-state recreationists who come to Idaho are not required to to register their off-highway vehicle  (OHV) with the state Department of Parks and Recreation. OHVs include all-terrain vehicles, motorbikes, specialty off-highway vehicles or utility-type vehicles.

HB 75 would require nonresidents to register their OHV before using it on Idaho trails and pay a $12 registration fee. Even if an individual was only passing through the state and using the trails for a single day, the nonresident would be required to register and pay the fee.

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