Nevada launches website for off-road vehicle registration, information

ATV riders traverse the Logandale Trails northeast of Las Vegas in this undated photo (Courtesy Nevada Dept. of Natural Resources & Conservation)

A Nevada agency has launched a new website to help off-road vehicle owners with registration and other useful tips.

JoAnn Kittrell, spokeswoman for the state's Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, said will provide information about registering, along with trail maps and other news.

Registration is required in Nevada for off-highway vehicles, which include ATVs, off-highway motorcycles, dune buggies, snowmobiles and other motor vehicles designed mainly for off-highway and all-terrain use.

The new site also has information about a grant program that funds off-highway vehicle projects throughout Nevada.

" is a great resource for OHV enthusiasts. We invite everyone who rides to visit the site, discover new trails, and to ride smart and safe," Greg McKay, chairman of Nevada’s Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles, said in a statement.

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