Off-Highway Vehicles

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  • Off-Highway Vehicles

    The only OHVs allowed on City streets are 3 types: (Utah Code 41-22-2)

    • All-Terrain Type I (ATV)
    • All-Terrain Type II (Side-by-side)
    • Motorcycle (Dirt bike)
  • Streets
    •  All City streets are open to limited OHVs except the 4 excluded roads:
      • Pony Express Parkway
      • Ranches Parkway
      • SR-73
      • Eagle Mountain Boulevard (west of the roundabout/flagpole)
      • OHVs shall not be operated on paved public trails or sidewalks
    • Streets are only open to allow OHV operators to gain direct access to or from designated areas and trails
    • Lawful Crossing of Excluded Public Streets (see Assigned Crossings Map)
      • An operator of an OHV may only cross excluded public streets or highways at City assigned crossings
      • When crossing, the OHV must come to a complete stop, proceed only after yielding the right of way to oncoming traffic, and proceed at a right angle across to the other side.
  • Speed
    • City Streets:  All OHVs must not exceed 20 miles per hour on City streets
    • Trails:  All OHVs should not exceed 40 miles per hour
  • Age Requirements
    • OHV operators must be at least 16 and have a valid driver’s license
    • A person 16 and 17 of years old must wear a DOT approved helmet
  • Legal Requirements
    • All OHVs must be registered under the current year and should be in a plainly visible position and a registration card shall be kept with the vehicle and shall be available for a law enforcement officer (Utah Code 41-22-3)
  • Equipment Requirement (Utah Code 41-22-10.7)
    • OHVs do not need to meet street-legal requirement
    • OHVs must be equipped with
      • Functional brakes
      • A noise control device conforming to U.S, Forest Services standards
      • Working headlights and taillights when operated between sunrise and sunset