Hey all just thought i would throw this up here there is a new bill HB2675 that is in for review right now that is setup to modify HB1632 that passed last year that allowed road access to the new class of WATV's. It looks like it is headed in a better direction then what the original bill did.
For far the big changes is it removes the 35mph limit the original bill imposess and also forces the opening of primative roads.. eg usfs roads
29 (1) A person may operate a wheeled all-terrain vehicle upon any
30 public roadway of this state, ((
not including)) nonhighway road((s
and)), or trail(( s)), (( having a speed limit of thirty-five miles per 32 hour or less)) subject to the following restrictions and requirements:
There are several other changes but unfortunatly even if this were to pass it is still going to be left up to counties to adopt this for it to be legal which is still the case with the unmodified bill, that passed to law as of last year.
14 ©(i) A person may not operate a wheeled all-terrain vehicle on a
15 public roadway, nonhighway road, or trail within the boundaries of a
not including nonhighway roads and trails,)) with a
17 population of fifteen thousand or more unless the county by ordinance
18 has approved the operation of wheeled all-terrain vehicles on county
19 roadways, ((
not including)) nonhighway roads, and trails.
Whats you take on this?