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The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Registration and Age requirements

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All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV)

Registration Fees

Residents**

NonResidents

$33*

(Prior to registration, sales or use taxes are due.)

Season – $68*

7-Day – $53*

 

Age Requirements***

A person under 10 years of age may not operate an ATV.

A person 10 years of age or older but under 16 years of age may not operate an ATV unless that person has successfully completed a training course approved by the department and is accompanied by an adult.

A person under 16 years of age may not cross a public way maintained for travel unless the crossing is in accordance with section 13157-A, subsection 6, paragraph A and the person satisfies the requirements of 13154-A, subsection 3.

 

Snowmobiles

Registration Fees

Residents**

NonResidents

$40*

(The registration for a snowmobile owned by a resident is valid for one year, commencing on July 1st of each year. Prior to registration, sales or use taxes are due.)

Season – $88*

3-Day – $43*

(A person may purchase more than one 3-day registration in any season.)

 

Age Requirements***

Children must be 10 years of age or older to operate a snowmobile, unaccompanied by an adult, on land other than that owned by their parent or guardian and must be 14 years of age before crossing public ways. Anyone who allows a person under 18 years of age to operate a snowmobile is liable (jointly with the minor’s parent or guardian) for any damages caused during operation.

 

* Plus Agent Fee

** “Resident” means a citizen of the United States or an alien who has been domiciled in the State for one year who:

a) if registered to vote, is registered in Maine;

b) if licensed to drive a motor vehicle, applied for, or possesses a Maine motor vehicle license;

c) if owning a motor vehicle located within the State, registered each vehicle in Maine; and…

d) is in compliance with the State income tax laws

A person who is a full-time student at a college or university in Maine and has satisfied the requirements or A through D, above, can be considered a resident.

*** This does not apply to the operation of an ATV on:

a) The land on which the operator is domiciled;
b) Land owned or leased by the operator’s parent or guardian; or
c) A safety training site approved by the department.

 

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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