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Old 04-03-2016, 12:00 PM
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easy to be "street legal" in North Dakota

along with being plated basically all you have to add is a horn and mirror

Class I & II - are restricted to Hwy's posted 55 mph or less
Class III - Hwy's posted 65 mph or less

click this link for Complete ND OHV regulations

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39-29-01. Definitions

2. "Off-highway vehicle" means any motorized vehicle not designed for use on a highway
and capable of cross-country travel on land, snow, ice, marsh, swampland, or other
natural terrain. An off-highway vehicle must be classified into one of the following
categories:

a. Class I off-highway vehicle is a vehicle that does not qualify as road capable
under chapters 39-21 and 39-27, has a seat or a saddle designed to be straddled
by the operator, and has handlebars for steering control of two wheels.

b. Class II off-highway vehicle is fifty inches [1270.00 millimeters]or less in width,
weighs one thousand two hundred pounds [544.31 kilograms] or less, and travels
on three or more nonhighway tires; or is sixty-five inches [1651 millimeters] or
less in width, weighs two thousand pounds [907.19 kilograms] or less, and travels
on four or more nonhighway tires.

c. Class III off-highway vehicle weighs less than eight thousand pounds
[3628.74 kilograms]; travels on skis, runners, tracks, or four or more tires; has a
seat; has a wheel, handlebars, or t steering for steering control; and is designated
for or capable of cross-country on or over land, water, sand, snow, ice, marsh,
swampland, or other natural terrain, but does not include a vehicle registered by
the department under chapter 39-04 or 39-24.

39-29-09. Operation of off-highway vehicles.
1. An individual may not operate an off-highway vehicle on the roadway, shoulder, or
inside bank or slope of any road, street, or highway except as provided in this chapter.
Except in emergencies, an individual may not operate an off-highway vehicle within the
right of way of any controlled-access highway. An individual may operate a registered
off-highway vehicle on a gravel, dirt, or loose surface roadway. An individual may
operate a registered off-highway vehicle on a paved highway designated and posted at
a speed not exceeding fifty-five miles [88.51 kilometers] per hour. A licensed driver
over sixteen years of age may operate a registered class III off-highway vehicle on a
paved highway designated and posted at a speed not exceeding sixty-five miles
[104.61 kilometers] per hour. An individual may not operate an off-highway vehicle on
a paved highway if the vehicle is unable to attain a speed, on a paved level surface, of
at least thirty miles [48.28 kilometers] per hour.

39-29-09.1. Equipment.
To operate an off-highway vehicle on a paved highway or gravel, dirt, or loose surface
roadway under subsection 1 of section 39-29-09, the off-highway vehicle must be equipped with
a mirror in compliance with section 39-27-09, a horn in compliance with section 39-27-15, a
speedometer and odometer in compliance with section 39-27-16, a brake light, a lighted
headlamp in compliance with section 39-27-17.1, and a motor of at least three hundred fifty
cubic centimeters.
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I agree the Manitoba vehicle is legal in North Dakota, but I'd be hesitant doing so without getting a clear (and documented) ruling from MPI on whether one's liability insurance would cover an accident on a North Dakota road.

Our insurance may limit our use of the vehicle to the laws in this province. That's one problem of having the insurance provider directly linked to the policy makers (motor vehicle branch).
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I agree the Manitoba vehicle is legal in North Dakota, but I'd be hesitant doing so without getting a clear (and documented) ruling from MPI on whether one's liability insurance would cover an accident on a North Dakota road.

Our insurance may limit our use of the vehicle to the laws in this province. That's one problem of having the insurance provider directly linked to the policy makers (motor vehicle branch).
That is why you purchase Oasis Insurance for ORV's. I have ridden in the US, called oasis on this matter no problem. As long as it is legal to do so in the state you are riding in good to go.

One more point of interest, if a claim in made on the ORV, MPI will not fault you for a claim deduction as no information or incident reports are made with MPI. So no accident with MPI records.
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