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    If you plan on venturing through New Hampshire's hardwood forests via a snowmobile or an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) you will need to comply with the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicle's (DMV) registration policies.

    Snowmobile Registration

    The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department oversees snowmobile registration. You can register your machine at any Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle (OHRV) agency throughout the state, which includes sporting goods stores, country and general stores, and snowmobile sales and repair centers.


    To register your snowmobile, it cannot be more than 54 inches wide and weigh more than 1200 pounds. An OHRV that has had its wheels removed and replaced with tracks, skis, or cleats must be registered as a snowmobile. See OHRV registration information for more details.

    Underage Operators

    • You cannot operate a snowmobile if your driver's license is currently suspended or revoked.
    • Any operator at least 12 years old must provide proof of having completed an OHRV Safety Education Course.
    • Operators younger than 14 years old must be accompanied by a licensed adult older than 18 years old.
    • Helmets and eye protection are required for all operators under 18 years old.

    All-Terrain Vehicle Registration

    To register your ATV visit any OHRV agency. Before you'll be issued a registration you will need to meet the several requirements and pay registration fees. Details are available from the Fish and Game Department website.

    Trailer Registration and Titling

    All trailers 15 years old or newer must be registered. If your trailer weighs 3,001 pounds or more it must also be titled.

    To do so you must visit your local town clerk's office, making sure to bring proper identification. Each town charges its own registration fee so you might want to call ahead to get a heads-up on what to pay.

    When it comes to titling and registration, you must pay a $25 application fee and a weight fee. If your trailer weighs between 3,001 and 5,000 pounds you must pay $24. If it weighs between 5,001 pounds and 8,000 pounds the cost is $36.

    If your trailer is homemade and weighs 3,001 pounds or more, you will also need to complete a Reconstructed Vehicle/Homemade Trailer (Form TDMV 112) statement.

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