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I forgot to renew my OHV sticker last month and mine is now expired.... This means that I can't ride on any public lands till my new sticker gets here. Mailed my sticker fees off yesterday plus the late penalty... $52.00 plus $23.00 late penalty. Public lands are pretty much all there is here, except for private MX tracks. I rode the weekend after the 4th with some friends at the goldfields outside Marysville, CA and that's BLM land (public) But since there is no law there, there was no problem.

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Is that $52 a year there roadkill? Here in Ohio it's like $34.75 for 3 years, and it's a plate like a motorcycle size. We also have to pay to ride in the State forest thou which is $45 a year! So our tags may be cheaper but the trail permits add up!
 

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Is that $52 a year there roadkill? Here in Ohio it's like $34.75 for 3 years, and it's a plate like a motorcycle size. We also have to pay to ride in the State forest thou which is $45 a year! So our tags may be cheaper but the trail permits add up!
No, it's $52.00 for 2 years plus the cost of riding for different areas. Forest Service land is like $5.00 per day and SVRAs are $5.00 per day or $50.00 for an annual pass. BLM land is free. To race in SCCS, we pay $10.00 per truck, $10.00 per person (under 6 or over 60 is free)... this goes to the land owner for hosting the race and $40.00 race entry fee which goes to SCCS to put the races together.

Our tags are 4x6 inch stickers... I stick mine to the side of my air box under my left rear fender.

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So I can expect even more fees when I get to CA. Dumb question can you go to a local motorcycle shop and purchase your tags? I guess that's what we have done here in Texas. It's only $20.00 for a season.
 

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So I can expect even more fees when I get to CA. Dumb question can you go to a local motorcycle shop and purchase your tags? I guess that's what we have done here in Texas. It's only $20.00 for a season.
The only way to get tags from the dealer is when you first purchase the quad from them. You pay the initial registration and they send the paperwork to the DMV and the DMV sends you your tags. California has agreements with other states to accept their tags... don't know if Texas is on the list or not, but this has me curious and I'll check and edit this post with the answer in a few minutes. If California accepts Texas tags, you could use those till they expire and THEN get Cal tags.

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