OHV Registration Information
Do I Need to Register My Vehicle for Off-Highway Use?
Registration is not currently required, although recent legislation was passed in the state of Nevada. Learn more by visiting this site (http://www.dmvnv.com/motorcycle.htm#ATVs) for information regarding Senate Bill No. 394 (Makes various changes to provisions relating to off-highway vehicles).
You may ride your OHV only on designated OHV trails.
- The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest manages public land in both Nevada and California. Contact our Bridgeport Ranger District (760-932-7070) or Carson Ranger District (775-882-2766) for information on riding opportunities within California lands.
- The Humboldt-Toiyabe is in the process of completing Travel Management planning across the Forest, and designating roads and trails as open to OHVs and other motorized vehicles. The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, and the Carson, Santa Rosa, Ely, and Austin and Tonopah Ranger Districts have completed this planning. The Bridgeport, and Mountain City, Jarbidge, and Ruby Mountains Ranger Districts are presently conducting this planning process. Learn more by visiting the website at www.fs.fed.us/r4/htnf.
- A Green Sticker permit is required if you venture into California with your OHV. Green sticker information can be found at http://www.dmv.ca.gov/vr/offhighway.htm
Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)are available for the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest at this location:
Follow the good example set forth by Tread Lightly and help preserve those lands for a new generation of OHVers.