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09-137 Chapter 12 page 1 09-137 DEPARTMENT OF INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE Chapter 12: ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE REGULATIONS 12.01 Displaying All-Terrain Vehicle Plates and Renewal Stickers All-terrain vehicle registration plates shall be displayed on the front and rear of the vehicle so that it is clearly visible to persons directly in front or behind the vehicle. Plate validation stickers issued by the Commissioner shall be centered below the registration number on both registration plates. Only one year's stickers can be displayed at a time. Duplicates of lost or stolen validation stickers may be obtained for a fee of $1. per set. 12.02 Registration Certificate The operator of an all-terrain vehicle shall carry his registration certificate with him at all times unless operating on his own land. He shall display the registration certificate upon the request of any landowner who is authorized to stop him as well as to any law enforcement officer. 12.03 Dealers Dealers may apply to all-terrain vehicle dealers plates separately, or along with their applications or a dealer's permit. Dealers may obtain up to two plates if they sold fewer than ten vehicles in the previous 12 months, up to three plates if they sold ten or more but less then 20, or up to four plates if they sold more than 20. 12.04 Dealer Temporary Registration Dealers may issue temporary registration to new owners by completing the form provided by the commissioner. The dealer must pay a fee of $1 for each temporary registration he received from the commissioner. He may charge the new owner no more than $1 for issuing the temporary registration. 12.05 All-Terrain Vehicle Registration A. Each all-terrain vehicle registration issued under Title 12 will contain the following information. 09-137 Chapter 12 page 2 1. Registration number issued to the all-terrain vehicle or dealer/manufacturer 2. Expiration date of registration 3. Make of all-terrain vehicle 4. Year built 5. Serial number or engine number 6. Name and address of owner 7. Owner's legal residence 8. Owner's date of birth 9. Date of issuance 10. Validation stamp Certificates issued to dealers need not show items 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9. B. (REPEALED by 95-206, eff. May 24, 1995) C. Local Temporary All-Terrain Vehicle Registration Any all-terrain vehicle registration processed by a local agent which is not a renewal shall be a 90 day temporary registration containing the following: 1. Temporarily assigned all-terrain vehicle number which corresponds with the local temporary plate assigned. 2. Make of all-terrain vehicle 3. Year built 4. Serial number or engine number 5. Name and address of owner 6. Legal residence of owner 7. Owner's date of birth 09-137 Chapter 12 page 3 8. Date of issuance 9. Validation stamp All all-terrain vehicles covered by local temporary all-terrain vehicle registration shall be required to display the all-terrain vehicle temporary registration plates on the front and rear of the machine in a clearly visible manner until the permanent registration is issued. EFFECTIVE DATE: August 12, 1987 AMENDED: May 24, 1995 - Sec. 5 (B) repealed May 24, 1995 - Sec. 5 (C) May 21, 1996 - Sec. 5 (A) NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES: February 2, 1999 - converted to Microsoft Word.
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