Starting on January 1, the State of Idaho will require non-residents riding in Idaho to purchase a non-resident off-highway vehicle (OHV) sticker. The fee will be the same $12 that Idaho residents are currently required to purchase.

Prior to legislation passed during the 2018/2019 session, non-residents from other states were allowed to ride in Idaho with only a sticker from their own home state.

As other states surrounding Idaho eliminated reciprocity, Idaho followed suit and voted to do the same.

The registration fees collected from residents and non-residents alike are vital to funding trail maintenance, education, mapping, and enforcement efforts across the state.

Non-residents may purchase their $12-dollar OHV registration sticker on the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation website.

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