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- A person may not operate a snowmobile on a public highway without a valid motor vehicle driver’s license.
- A snowmobile may be ridden on the public right-of-way adjacent to a public highway, except a limited access highway, when there is sufficient width to do so without endangering life or property.
- You may cross a public highway, other than a limited access highway, at a 90-degree angle to get from one area to another. To do so, you must:
- Bring your snowmobile to a complete stop before crossing and...
- Yield to all traffic.
- Cities, towns, and counties have individual laws pertaining to snowmobiles. Check these before riding.
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