Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Lexington, Missouri
I know your situation is different than mine having ORV trails that can generate revenue but here's how it is where I live. The closest ORV trail I could take our Prowler to ride because of it's width is 3 hours away.
We can get permits to drive on any street or highway inside the city limits for a $15 fee per year but we have tractors driving our main highways and side roads throughout the state blocking and slowing traffic. I wish the county would just let us run the gravel roads we could go to most towns and never hit a highway. I've been told to just put a slow moving triangle on back, a 5 gallon bucket with some feed in it and if I get stopped them I'm heading to the farm. I know most city and county cops but not many highway patrol.
'07 Prowler 650 H1 XT, L.E.D. stop/turn signals, Summit Racing heater, AC winch, AC windshield, soft cab & doors, 6' Eagle Plow, oil gauge, Maxxis MT-762 truck tires, AC Fender Flares, E-Brake alarm, Yutrax UTV Jump Seat, Dynatek CDI