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Minnesota Statute 84.922 requires that all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), off road vehicles (ORVs) and off highway motorcycles (OHMs) owned by Minnesota residents must be registered unless exempt. A public use ATV, ORV or OHM registration is valid for three years from the year of issuance.
When transferring registration for a currently registered ATV, ORV or OHM a bill of sale with signatures of both buyer and seller, and all vehicle information is required.
If the vehicle is a trailer with 3,000 pounds or less GVW with lifetime registration, the numbered plate or sticker must be adhered to the side of the trailer frame tongue near the hitch.
A Minnesota bill of sale provides details regarding a sale between a buyer and seller for personal property. Most commonly used for vehicle transactions, the form includes sales information required for accounting and registration purposes (Use at a Driver and Vehicle Services' Location).
According to Minnesota state law, a vehicle is an ATV if it has between three and six low-PSI tires, with a total weight of less than 2,000 pounds and maximum width of 65 inches. If your ATV has a width of under 50 inches, it's a Class 1 ATV; if the width is between 50 and 65 inches, it's a Class 2 ATV.
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Permissible operation on public roads is limited. ATVs and UTVs can be operated on public roads and in some public rights-of-way under two distinct sets of state statutes governing the vehicles. 1) Operation on local roads can be by special permit.
Minnesota registration sticker must be displayed to the top left area on your ATV or UTV License plate.
A Minnesota motor vehicle bill of sale is a legal document that serves as a recording that two (2) parties have executed the sale of a motor vehicle. The document also establishes a change of ownership and provides the required information for the vehicle's registration. This form requires notarization.
The decals must be displayed prominently on both sides of the ATV or UTV and in a position that is forward of the operator. ATVs or UTVs with a Public Use registration also must have a license plate attached to the rear of the vehicle.
Yes, you are generally required to register your ATV with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) before you can ride it in the state \u2014 even if you're only going to use it on private property. Registration for a new ATV costs $68.50, including an issuing fee, and it lasts for three calendar years.

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