A few of the more important regulations to comply with are:
- It is prohibited to operate an OHV in violation of State laws and regulations related to use, standards, registration, operation, and inspection.
- No person may operate an off-highway vehicle on public lands without a valid State operator's license or learner's permit, where required by State or Federal laws.
- No person shall operate an OHV in a reckless or careless manner, or in a manner causing, or likely to cause, significant undue damage to or disturbance to the soil, wildlife, wildlife habitat, improvements, cultural, or vegitative resources, or other authorized uses of public lands.
- Drivers of OHVs shall yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, saddle horses, pack trains, and animal-drawn vehicles.