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Each state has their own laws regarding the use of snowmobiles on public land and snowmobile trails.
Many states require both residents and non-residents to register their sled and display valid snowmobile trail decals each year.
You’ll also need to make sure to abide by the state’s safety equipment, rider age, and snowmobile equipment requirements.
Whether you’re a resident of a particular state or plan to visit another state with your out-of-state snowmobile, you’ll want to brush up on the current laws and requirements before you hit the trail.
Snowmobile liability insurance laws also vary from state to state. However, it’s a smart idea to get liability coverage and additional coverages to protect you and your sled. Learn more about snowmobile insurance here.
For more information about snowmobile registration and permits in each state, follow the links below.