Utah’s Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Program provides statewide leadership, in the area of OHV recreation, by promoting responsible OHV recreation use; providing safety and education; managing a statewide system of OHV recreational trail opportunities; and providing conservation and enforcement efforts that balance OHV recreation impacts with good stewardship of our natural
Including motorized trail use, dealing with muddy trails, sight lines, crossing water, tire pressure, preventing damage, communication, complying with signs and winching.
Including private property, yielding rules, sharing the trail and mixed use areas.
Including maps, permits, making a plan, safety, restrictions and being prepared.
Including protected areas, conservation areas and wilderness areas.
Including litter, fire protection, regulations, invasive species and safety.
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