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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Question How old do you have to be to ride in New Hampshire?

I'm 14 so I don't know if I need a license or anything. Where do I get it if I need one?
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Yeah at 14 you will need one. If it's like Vermont, your club should hold courses for a license.

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ive been riding since i was 7 and i didnt need to take the coarse until i was 12 but i do live in vt also but new hamshire might have different laws!!

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Yep, the DNR offers a Snowmobile Safety

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I signed up for a safety course the other day for a couple days after Thanksgiving. It's EIGHT hours long so I'm not looking forward to it. Are they really boring? What kind of things do they teach you with eight hours of time? The lady who my dad talked to when he called to sign me up seemed to not know very much but she said I couldn't cross the road. That's kind of a pain especially when I ride to school. Was she right?
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I signed up for a safety course the other day for a couple days after Thanksgiving. It's EIGHT hours long so I'm not looking forward to it. Are they really boring? What kind of things do they teach you with eight hours of time? The lady who my dad talked to when he called to sign me up seemed to not know very much but she said I couldn't cross the road. That's kind of a pain especially when I ride to school. Was she right?
I know in maine you cant cross the road with out a car drivers licsence.

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in Wisconsin. you can cross the road, but only directly across. not at any diagonal
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that seems odd but i guess it keeps you with in certain boundries. can you cross the road if you with an adult ie:18+

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I signed up for a safety course the other day for a couple days after Thanksgiving. It's EIGHT hours long so I'm not looking forward to it. Are they really boring? What kind of things do they teach you with eight hours of time? The lady who my dad talked to when he called to sign me up seemed to not know very much but she said I couldn't cross the road. That's kind of a pain especially when I ride to school. Was she right?
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You can ride your sled until 12 years old without the course. You can't cross roads or have any passengers. By 12 you need the course. The courseds are actually pretty cool. Where are you taking it?

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I know in maine you cant cross the road with out a car drivers licsence.
actually you dont need a drivers license, all you need is to be atleast 14
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Yeah the courses are all day and usually very boring or atleast mine was, its what you godda do though
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Year and a half old thread..the kid probably has taken the course by now.

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I never have rode my own sled when 10. Now thirteen ride own sled cross rode have passengers no warden has ever said any thing.

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