- To operate an OHM legally off a roadway and on a designated OHM trail, public area, or route in Wisconsin:
- The OHM must display a current registration decal, and you must carry your registration certificate or…
- You must possess a temporary operating receipt.
- The following registration options are available for OHMs. More details are available in the Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Regulations pamphlet:
- Public Use registration allows you to operate on any areas open to public riding and on private property with the landowner’s permission.
- Private Use registration is available for OHMs that are used exclusively:
- For agricultural purposes or…
- On land owned or leased by you or a member of your immediate family.
OHM Registration for Non-Residents of Wisconsin
Non-resident trail passes are not available for OHMs. To operate on an OHM route or public area, you must have a Wisconsin Public Use registration.