Introduction to Off-Highway Vehicles
Off-highway vehicles or OHVs are special-purpose vehicles that require careful, responsible handling and good judgment.
- They're useful for traveling into back country, but they can damage the environment if used recklessly. They also require training and practice to handle them safely in rough terrain.
- Studies show that the majority of OHV accidents occur when the rider unexpectedly encounters an obstacle, such as a rock or a ditch. Maintaining a safe speed is critical.
- If you use OHVs to hunt, prepare yourself and your family by attending an approved OHV course.
- Before hunting with OHVs on private land, be sure to get the landowner's permission.