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In addition, you must obey the speed limits shown in this chart.

The Speed Limit Is: When You Are Operating:
10 mph Within 150 feet of another person’s bob-house, fishing shanty, or occupied fishing hole

On Class IV, V, or VI highways approved for OHRV or snowmobile operation

On the right-of-way adjacent to Class I through Class VI highways

On bridges open for OHRV or snowmobile operation

On town or city sidewalks open for OHRV or snowmobile operation

At trail junctions or in parking lots

When passing trail grooming equipment
20 mph On roads approved for OHRV or snowmobile use

On plowed roads on New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development property
25 mph For OHRVs, when posted on trails owned or leased by the Department of Resources and Economic Development
35 mph On all trail connectors

At night in Back Lake in Pittsburg

For OHRVs, on all trails where no speed limit is posted
45 mph For snowmobiles, on all trails where no speed limit is posted
55 mph At Turtletown Pond, Concord

Additional speed limits may apply in specific areas. Always check the local regulations before you go riding.

Glossary

trail connector
A specific part of an OHRV trail that is within a state highway right-of-way authorized by the Department of Transportation and on which a trail maintenance vehicle may operate; contact the New Hampshire Bureau of Trails for a list of approved trail connectors.