Looking to buy a new 1000 S and got this from the salesman........ Can't register it in Wisconsin to ride on the trails.......WTF
Which states? NY must have a reciprocity agreement with that state. I know for sure you won't run LEGALLY in Tennessee or Colorado unless you have their sticker. Others may be different.Ok so can you register in another state and ride the trails??? My thoughts are if I wanted to come to Wisconsin to ride wouldn't my NY regy be sufficient??? If it is then an out of state regy should work for you.
Nope and your out of state conceal carry license is not legal in IL - my IL CCL is recognized in all bordering states (Missouri does not require a permit), but my daughter's Wisconsin CCL is not legal in IL and she can't get an IL permit. Although the Illinois Firearm Concealed Carry Act intended to issue licenses to non-residents, the way the law is interpreted, only residents of Hawaii, New Mexico, South Carolina and Virginia are currently able to obtain them. And that is after paying an application fee of $300, which is twice the fee for residents. Until there is a legislative “fix” to the law, no other non-residents will have the ability to get an Illinois license.Why not??? Why would you doubt it!! I can ride in other state(s) and state land with my NY regy when a registration is required.
Doing a little rereading and I think we are getting some of the terminology mixed up.Correct, I have to register my machines in Wisconsin if it want to ride there. We had to get registration from Tennessee and Michigan. And Hatfield McCoy too. My out of state Resident Wisconsin registration is 33 bucks for 2 years. Illinois is only $11 per year but you can only get the sticker at an IDNR supporter ridding location
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I've got it bp. You do raise an interesting point and the reason we commented is because I thought that's what we did here... discuss things? No?Listen polman I know you don't have a clue as to what we are speaking on. So I don't know why you are even commenting. You just admitted to it, lol.
It started as a simple question to the OP and you a LATEbird have to give your two cents. I mean I get it, it is the internet. But idk I guess I expect more out of you two knuckle heads.
So I'm going to say this again, OP if under the current rules you can't register your ATV in Wisconsin it my be possible to run an out of state registration on your ATV so that you can ride legally in Wisconsin. My contention is Wisconsin would allow that because if they didn't then only those with Wisconsin registrations could run Wisconsin state controlled trails. To me that doesn't sound likely.