The annual Tri-State Snowmobile Reciprocity weekend, where snowmobiles registered in Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire were legal to ride in any of the three states has ended. NH Reciprocity Laws New Hampshire’s law (RSA 215-C:47) requires that in order for Vermont or Maine registered snowmobiles to operate in NH with their respective registrations, NH-registered snowmobiles must be allowed to … [Read more...] about Snowmobile Reciprocity Weekend Melts
NEW: To qualify for a NH snowmobile club membership registration discount of $30 per sled, an NHSA Voucher must be presented to the Registration Agent, per new legislative rules. The voucher is the only accepted document. This is a change from past years. IMPORTANT: You need to join a club and get a voucher before registering your sled in order to get the discount. Frequently Asked Voucher … [Read more...] about NH Snowmobile Registration Discount Changes
Discussions About the Future of Snowmobiling The winter has been a bit of puzzler to everyone this year. December started the season with statewide grooming opportunities for the Christmas Holiday week, which has not been the case for many years now. The temperatures set records for lows and everyone felt the trail base would be set for the winter. January 12th then hit us with temps in the … [Read more...] about Discussing the Future of NH Snowmobiling
We are still amazed at the number of riders that have no idea where their snowmobiling registration dollars go, and that they have no idea who we, Bureau of Trails, are. Not knowing who we are is not a big deal, we are okay with being in the background to make trails happen, but not knowing where your registration fees go seems a little off. For ease I will just use the fee for a NH resident, … [Read more...] about Where Do Your NH Snowmobile Registration Dollars Go?