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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman View Post
    My question is regarding the above statement "Exempt vehicles already registered in Michigan, another state or Canada from registration decal requirements" does this mean if our fullsize vehicle is already registered as SOS do we still need the "OHV" decal? this make sit sound like we do not
    That statement references the registration portion of the legislation. There would be no change to who would need a Trail Permit.

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    That makes more sense Bob, I was not reading it correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarhead View Post
    That statement references the registration portion of the legislation. There would be no change to who would need a Trail Permit.

    Ok, so if I understand correctly...according to this statement: Create OHV Registration (good for 3 years) within the Secretary of State begining April 1, 2011 with a $20 application and renewal fee.......

    Does my Jeep, as my daily driver - which I already pay an annual fee to SOS to drive - have to register AGAIN? Or does the exemption mean that it's already registered and therefore is exempt from this new $20?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniJ View Post
    Ok, so if I understand correctly...according to this statement: Create OHV Registration (good for 3 years) within the Secretary of State begining April 1, 2011 with a $20 application and renewal fee.......

    Does my Jeep, as my daily driver - which I already pay an annual fee to SOS to drive - have to register AGAIN? Or does the exemption mean that it's already registered and therefore is exempt from this new $20?
    This only applies to non-SOS licensed vehicles.
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