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Old 04-24-2012, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OHV registration coming to NV

Saw this on another forum, http://www.dmvnv.com/ohv.htm#regcost1

It requires all off highway vehicles (quads, UTV's, dirt bikes, buggies, etc.) to be registered. WTF
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm ok with it. Saw this coming a long time ago...
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Old 05-01-2012, 01:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Every state in the union is broke. Just looking for ways to make money. I'll pay my $40 and keep wheelin'.
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Yup was only a matter of time before Nevada realized what they were missing.
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I wonder if you register a buggy as a dune buggy? I don't have a title..
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Old 06-08-2012, 01:29 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I wonder if you register a buggy as a dune buggy? I don't have a title..
from my understanding you will, they will issue you a vin tag etc. im just wondering on my tacoma, the title is signed in the wrong spot and all fawked up, so they wont issue you a title for something that already has a title
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Old 06-08-2012, 09:50 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I didn't read the link but isn't this for 2011 and newer?
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Old 06-09-2012, 01:25 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Goes into effect 7-1-12 and covers any OHV built since 1976. $20-$30 fee for the yearly decal. Seems mainly targeted at bikes, quads and side x sides, but will effect 4x4's as well.

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Old 06-12-2012, 10:35 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Get involved and make sure all funds stay in the fund no matter what. Don't be like California and have millions of dollars stolen by the legislature annually.

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http://www.dmvnv.com/publicmeetings.htm#ohv

Off-Highway Vehicle Commission
Meeting Date & Time

None Scheduled

Location

Documents

Agenda | Minutes April 19 | Open Meeting Law 1 | Open Meeting Law 2

Non-Voting Advisors | OHV Mapping Letter | Advertising Creative

LCB File R130-11 OHV Vehicle Registration and Titling, Dealer Regulations

LCB FIle R050-12 Annual Registration Fee
Previous Meetings
May 31, 2012 Agenda
March 1, 2012 Agenda April 19, 2012 Agenda

The legal authority for the commission is established by Nevada Revised Statute 490.067. The commission shall:

Review applications for grants and award funds from the Fund for Off-Highway Vehicles;
Monitor the accounting activities for the Fund;
Meet at least four times per year; and
Prepare a comprehensive report for each regular session of the Nevada Legislature.

The commission consists of 11 members appointed by the Governor.
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Old 06-13-2012, 11:02 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Looks like the sticker is good for all states so no CA green sticker is needed once you get the NV one. Works for me. But ya, I have no doubt at least some of the money will get filtered to some unknown fund.
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from my understanding you will, they will issue you a vin tag etc. im just wondering on my tacoma, the title is signed in the wrong spot and all fawked up, so they wont issue you a title for something that already has a title
dude just get a notary to sign on the right line and a note notarized about the title. They should take it at that point IIRC.

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Old 06-24-2012, 03:10 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I actually find this very discouraging, Another $20 a year they are going to stick us for, from the little I've read they are going to use it for trail maintinance & sighnage,
Honest question, does anyone know of any trails that need maint. & do they currently get any?
In rural parts of the state they won't even work on, or build new roads,
Sighnage? that souds to me like limiting where OHV can be used,

Off to read some more, I'm pretty discusted with the whole thing right now tho.
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Old 07-08-2012, 09:08 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I think it is good. They could have charged alot more but they kept it reasonable. It gives the cops a paper trail to recover stolen toys and as long as most of the money goes to ohv issues(mostly in vegas and reno) then it should be supported.
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this is also a good/bad way to weed out stolen bikes, etc. You need a VIN check, which DMV will not do, but pay a dealer, then send in the form. After thats its just an annual renew by mail. But some of the home made rigs will have more hoops to get thru having a VIN assigned. Ugh...
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Old 07-10-2012, 12:39 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I think it is good. as long as most of the money goes to ohv issues(mostly in vegas and reno) then it should be supported.
I don't wheel near either of these areas,


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But some of the home made rigs will have more hoops to get thru having a VIN assigned. Ugh...
This is the boat I will be in,


Don't get me wrong, I don't want to sound like the negative Nancy here, however most of what I have read so far is bull shit stories,

For example, here is one small article on the subject,

http://elkodaily.com/article_3cd8aad...9bb2963f4.html

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With an estimated $2 billion spent in the state on OHV recreation, something was needed to administer and maintain the networks of roads.

“That’s billion with a B,” Jackson said.
Where the fuck is $2 billion going into Nevadas off highway? I have a real hard time believing that there is 2 billion dollars anywhere in Nevada outside of mining & casinos.

Here's another one,

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...offroad09.html

According to that article in 2008 the reasoning for registration of off highway vehicles was for identification of offending enthusiasts,

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At a hearing Friday in Elko, supporters said a minority of irresponsible off-roaders is tearing up Nevada's landscape and prompting a need for a registration program for all-terrain vehicles, dirt bikes and similar machines.
If that were the case, how easy is it going to be to get that number off that little sticker to turn them in?

In the case of stolen bikes,
First off, they stole a bike, what makes you think they are going to worry about getting it stickered?


Currently My opinion stands that it is just another way to get in our pockets, the money will be syphoned into projects completely unrelated to anything off road, (Well maybe some new signs telling us where we can & cannot go)
You guys in Vegas & Reno might benifit from some new pavement on a couple of your streets,
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In the case of stolen bikes,
First off, they stole a bike, what makes you think they are going to worry about getting it stickered?
The issue can be this: dude is selling a bike on craigs list, you buy it and haven enjoyed it for years now. then its time to VIN check and uh oh, comes up as stolen. I've sold clean, legal ATVs, etc on CL but i also bought a Yamaha Blaster from a guy from fallon and just had to take his word its clean. So its not the crook that has to worry, its the downstream good faith buyers that may get in trouble, or at least lose the bike.

whats more troubling, $$$ raised state wide should go to OHV 'programs' whatever the hell that is, but like CA, the State may raid the OHV fund to pay for general fund expenditures. That defeats the entire purpose of the sticker fund, although its likely just a wolf in a sheep's robe-- let the taxpayer and anti OHV folks feel good only to apply the $$ elsewhere.
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Old 07-12-2012, 08:57 AM   #18 (permalink)
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dude just get a notary to sign on the right line and a note notarized about the title. They should take it at that point IIRC.

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not sure exactly what your talkign about but i talked to the DMV and to get my title straight i have to find all three owners, have them send me notarized bills of sale and a paper saying they no longer have interest in the vehicle etc. problem is i dont know where to find 2 of them. im going to try and find the last registered owner and have them file for a lost title and just send it to me.
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I've done this a couple times regarding abandoned vehicles on a persons property, or a person never got a promised title after a sale. Basically, you sue the VIN number in District Court and get an order from the judge to serve all possible claimants by way of publication. If after the legal notice has run and no one files a claim to ownership, the court will enter an order directing DMV to issue you a clean, new title. Take a while, has some costs involved and is the cleanest way if prior owners cannot be found.

Each case is different of course, but this is a proven way when all else fails.
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Good info. Thank you.
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The one good thing about this ohv registration thing, is that Utah is going to honer Nevada's registration. I called them and asked! So 40 bucks in Nevada for both my machines, will save me 20 bucks a year. It cost me 60 bucks to register them in Utah. I've never paid to ride in CA, but hopefully they'll honer it too.

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Currently My opinion stands that it is just another way to get in our pockets, the money will be syphoned into projects completely unrelated to anything off road, (Well maybe some new signs telling us where we can & cannot go)
You guys in Vegas & Reno might benifit from some new pavement on a couple of your streets,
Here's the problem I see.

No defined fund or account for the money.(EDIT: from the FAQ "The DMV keeps a portion of the registration fees to maintain the OHV program, while the balance goes to the Fund for Off-Highway Vehicles. The Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles allocates these funds for various projects related to OHVs. See NRS 490.069 and 490.084") No elected person, official or agency responsible for the money. All members are appointed (i.e. "hand picked")

So a faceless coward of a pencil-pushing agency will tell the Vegas people "that money was used for Washoe county road maintenance".
And on the other line, they will tell the Reno person "that money was used for Clark county road maintenance".
In the mean time, it gets used to close and patrol "sensitive areas" in Nye, Douglas, Pershing and White Pine counties.

Saw it 20+ years ago in Cali (remember S7?), and I saw it in Mass-a-2-shitz (beware the DEP gestapo)

I hope I'm wrong. I moved to Nevada because they were not like what Cali had become.

But it sure looks like the same writting on that wall.

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Old 08-29-2012, 12:58 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Here's the problem I see.

No defined fund or account for the money.(EDIT: from the FAQ "The DMV keeps a portion of the registration fees to maintain the OHV program, while the balance goes to the Fund for Off-Highway Vehicles. The Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles allocates these funds for various projects related to OHVs. See NRS 490.069 and 490.084") No elected person, official or agency responsible for the money. All members are appointed (i.e. "hand picked")

So a faceless coward of a pencil-pushing agency will tell the Vegas people "that money was used for Washoe county road maintenance".
And on the other line, they will tell the Reno person "that money was used for Clark county road maintenance".
In the mean time, it gets used to close and patrol "sensitive areas" in Nye, Douglas, Pershing and White Pine counties.

Saw it 20+ years ago in Cali (remember S7?), and I saw it in Mass-a-2-shitz (beware the DEP gestapo)

I hope I'm wrong. I moved to Nevada because they were not like what Cali had become.

But it sure looks like the same writting on that wall.
Couldn't have said it better myself.
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