Only applies to 14 mo. and Annual registrations which increase May 1, 2018
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Effective May 1, 2018 (starting with 2018/2019) New Hampshire OHRV wheeled vehicle registrations will be broken out into member vs. non-club member rates; appropriate proof of club membership will be required at the time of registration for member rates.
All New Hampshire Off Highway Vehicle Association (NHOHVA) affiliated N.H. OHRV Clubs will provide each
of their members with a voucher and a unique club member ID# as Proof of Club Membership.
This voucher and ID# will be recognized at N.H. Registration Agents to receive the lower club member rate.
The main reason to join a club is not just to get your $30 discount per each NH State Registration, but more importantly, to get money directly to the clubs so they have the financial resources to improve trails and create new ones. Most Grant in Aid (GIA) which comes from your registration dollars require up to 40% matching funds from the club to qualify for the GIA from NH Bureau of Trails. If you choose not to join a club, the extra registration funds will go to this fund.
Another reason is to increase any amount of volunteer participation in the clubs. All clubs are non-profit organizations and operate on membership dues, donations, fundraisers and the dedicated volunteers.
If you register multiple OHRVs your proof of club membership will allow for the lower registration rate for each registration.
The New Hampshire Off Highway Vehicle Association and each of the affiliated clubs are thankful to the many volunteers, members and riders who support the maintenance and development of all the trail systems we enjoy
Our mission is to create an ongoing communications forum through which off-highway recreational vehicle (OHRV) enthusiasts and their organizations and supporters can share information and experience, participate in educational opportunities, and become partners in creating a positive image of the sport. Strengthen existing ATV/UTV, trail motorcycles and OHRV groups through improved organizational skills and increased membership. Promote a positive public image of the sport with land managers, government officials and the general public.