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Pitch    Posted 02-04-2005 at 16:03:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have no idea why it is legal but quite a few of the counties around here have certain townroads posted as trails. They have little purple signs with a picture of a snowmobile. Machines have to be licensed insured and tagged just like a motorcycle or car. Probably because NY won't open up enough offroad trails to vehicles satisfy demand.


Sorry To Hear That Pitch.    Posted 02-04-2005 at 16:59:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
'Insurance' on 'trails' just became a reality here in VT in the last few years...

No 'roads' are snow-mobile friendly, unless they are class 4 or lower...That means that the Town does not have any responsibility to maintain them but still claims a Right-Of-Way...

Les knows where our Camp is, as he works with the Father of the last guy on our road...The last 3/4 mile is not maintained by the town, though they claim the ROW...It is a 'town trail'...

Other than scenarios like this, in VT, sleds are not allowed on 'real' roads...

Still sincerely sorry to hear about the Amish folks' troubles...

I'd swear if the potty-filter would let me...And I'd follow the buggers and...never mind...



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