Who may operate snowmobiles on public lands?

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Who may operate snowmobiles on public lands?

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• No one under eight years of age may operate a snowmobile on public roads, trails, or lands. • Operators eight through 15 years of age must possess an OHV education certificate marked specifically for snowmobile use. • Operators 16 years of age and older must possess a valid driver’s license or an OHV education certificate for snowmobile use. • Education certificates will be issued to anyone eight years old and older who completes the Division of Parks and Recreation OHV education course and passes a snowmobile knowledge and skills test. For training information contact the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation at 1-800-OHV-RIDE. Properly fitting, safety-related helmets must be worn by snowmobile operators and passengers under 18 years of age. All operators and passengers of any age should wear protective head gear.

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