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The OFATV and its member clubs wish to inform you of the following policies and conditions prior to you purchasing a membership or trail access pass for OFATV trail systems
Not all of OFATV trail systems accommodate all vehicle types; many clubs have limited / no access for vehicles wider than 50”. Be sure that you check with the local club prior to venturing out. OFATV has a set maximum overall vehicle width of 65” (not wheel width) for “ALL” trails. Bridges and other obstacles on the trail may not have sufficient clearance to accommodate wider vehicles. If you have a wider vehicle we suggest that you contact the Ontario Federation of 4 Wheel Drive Clubs. OFATV allows 4 wheeled ATVs, single rider, 2up, and single rider with a seat and a roll cage (Polaris Ace), vehicles with more than 4 wheels such as but not limited to the Can-Am Outlander 6×6 or the Polaris Trail-Boss, as well as side by sides, (up to 65” overall width) on our trail systems. This includes Roketa and other similar type dune buggies with the understanding that low clearance vehicles may have limitations on many trails. OFATV does not allow: modified trucks, amphibious vehicles, vehicles with less than 4 wheels ( 3 wheelers or dirt bikes) on the trails.
There are OFATV Clubs that have legal trails designated as “shared use”, where other power sport organizations may have land use agreements in place which allow for off road vehicles on specific trail portions that are outside of the OFATV’s accepted vehicle portfolio.
Every vehicle allowed on OFATV trails must be registered and have a green off-road license plate or other jurisdiction equivalent affixed to the rear of the vehicle and have valid liability insurance. The driver and each passenger MUST wear a helmet bearing at least one of the certification stamps listed(CSA-D230, BSI, DOT, Snell Memorial, UNEC No. 22) while on OFATV trail systems. We highly recommend other safety gear such as: over the ankle sturdy boots, long sleeve shirt and long pants, eye protection, body protection and gloves.
For more information go to: ofatv.org/regulations/
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