What is a requirement for snowmobiles operating in Michigan?
May operate a snowmobile if they have a valid snowmobile safety certificate in their immediate possession or are under direct supervision of a person 21 years of age or older. May not cross a highway or street without having a valid snowmobile safety certificate in their immediate possession.
What is a requirement for snowmobiles operating in Michigan snowmobile Ed?
In Michigan all snowmobile operators who are 12 to 16 years of age are required to take a Michigan-approved snowmobile safety course and obtain a snowmobile safety certificate. Snowmobile safety education training and online safety courses are recommended for all snowmobile operators.
How much does it cost to register a snowmobile in Michigan?
Registering a Snowmobile
A three-year registration is issued for $30. The snowmobile registration number is printed on the three-year snowmobile decal. Snowmobile decals must be displayed on “each side of the forward half of the cowl above the footwell of the snowmobile.”
Do you need a license to drive a snowmobile in Michigan?
Who Can Legally Drive A Snowmobile in Michigan? Anyone with a driver’s license unless that person’s license is suspended. Anyone over the age of 12 and under the age of 17, with a valid snowmobile safety certificate in their immediate possession OR who is being supervised by an adult 21 years or older.
Do you need a driver’s license to operate a snowmobile in Michigan?
The officer asked for identification. Only half the group had ID, as Michigan does not require a license to operate a snowmobile and drivers who take a safety course can be as young as 12 years old.
How long does the Michigan snowmobile safety course take?
Typically it takes about 1–2 hours to go through the online course, excluding any quizzes and/or exams and restudying that you may choose to do.
How much is a ticket for no ORV sticker in Michigan?
Outdoor Recreational Vehicle Violations
|No spark arrester||$120|
|No registration/decal displayed||$100|
|Operate ORV without lights||$135|
|Refuse preliminary breath test (PBT)||$150|
Are the Michigan snowmobile trails open?
Michigan’s state-designated trails are open Dec. 1-March 31, and grooming occurs when there is enough snow.