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ATV riding at night

OHRVs and snowmobiles must have:

  • At least one, but not more than two, headlights in working order and…
  • One or more taillights in working order.

OHRVs and snowmobiles must display their lights as follows.

  • At least one headlight and one taillight must be displayed when operating between one-half hour after sunset and one-half hour before sunrise. When operating within 150 feet of another vehicle, OHRV, or snowmobile, the lights must be dimmed.
  • An OHRV or snowmobile equipped with aftermarket lights must turn them off:
    • When approaching, overtaking, or following another vehicle at all times during the day or night and…
    • When operating upon any public way.
Snowmobiles with lights at night