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John_Lorenz

Important info on Green/ Red Stickers

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If you plan on coming to the West Coast TT run, I just got the 411 on what to do if you are out of State

You need to show up at a Calif DMV office

"Auburn, Calif" http://www.dmv.ca.gov/fo/listing_a.htm

with the bike and your out of state drvers license.

Just dont go to a main office like Sacramento, Small town offices on your way in to Calif., would be your best bet.

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Is it safe to assume they will ask for an out of state off-road permit when they get there?

If so, is there anything else they will need to become legal?

Is there a background check and a 15-day waiting period? (grin)

Dan

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Washington and Idaho, accept/honor Oregon OHV permits when visiting those states and dont require a visiting user to purchase another one.

I will call DMV in CA and see what they say. Being DMV I am sure I can get a diff answer from each person I speak with. But cant imagine it will be a big deal.

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EGO

Thanks for the additional infor. I called the ranger/parks office and they said as long as the vehicle is registered you dont need the non-res permit. Apparently neighboring states like AZ dont require OHV to be registered and the non-res permit is aimed at them. Ranger guy said "as long as you have registration in Oregon you can come here and ride for free all day long"

I will be bringing my registration just in case.

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it has been a while , but i brought my arizona title and ohv plate with me to texas canyon, it saugus,ca area, and the park ranger had no problems with it!

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