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Ohio Motorized Trails Association

Ohio Gov. Strickland Signs APV Registration Reciprocity Bill

On March 26th, Gov. Ted Strickland (D) signed Senate bill 209. The legislation, introduced by Sen. John Carey (R-Wellston), restores all-purpose vehicle (APV) registration reciprocity in the state of Ohio. Thus, allowing the owners of OHVs registered in other states to ride in Ohio without obtaining an Ohio APV registration.

Indirectly, the bill also allows Ohio residents to ride Ohio-registered vehicles in certain other states without having to register their vehicles in those states. For example, Pennsylvania will only recognize an Ohio APV registration if Ohio intern recognizes Pennsylvania's registration.

Writing in support of the APV registration provisions in SB 209 the AMA told Gov. Strickland that, "... the loss of reciprocity has been a point of frustration for Ohio residents who occasionally recreate out of state, visitors to Ohio and state and federal land managers."The Ohio Motorized Trails Association (OMTA) has been very active in advancing this legislation. See www.ohiotrails.org for more information about OMTA


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