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Old February 26th, 2008, 12:30 PM   #60
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Originally Posted by 0llllll0 View Post
Thanks Jim excellent explanation! It makes sense now, If the trail meets the forest road definition “can be traveled by a conventional 2-wheel-drive vehicle designed for highway use” but has the Designated ORV Trail signage VS. the sign shown in the attachment, it is o.k. for quads and such that are 50” or less to travel on (with an ORV sticker) but vehicles wider than 50” require a SOS license.

Where as a “ROUTE” allows any vehicle size with a SOS license or without SOS providing it has an ORV sticker, and 4 wheel-drive may be used.

I think I just rewrote what you said…

I have been down many forest roads and found myself on “ORV Trails”, that continued to meet the forest road definition, and have generally got off them as fast as I could to avoid a possible ticket. Now with this new information, and respectfully treating them like other forest roads, its o.k..

Thanks again !
Ken

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