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Do I have to drive out to NH to register for the trails in the spring, or can I do it somewhere in Mass, located in central MA currently. thx

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 I live close to the border and have always drove to NH to get my sticker, you could plan on getting your sticker the same day you 1st plan to ride

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 You'll need your license and yeah, the title for the 1st time registering, the old registration for after that. The fee is more like 70dollars for an out of state registration

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 According to your chart, it's 67dollars for the yearly non-resident, and that's for 12months starting the end of June. If you go to register in March or April, you'll only pay for a few months, then register again the end of June

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Question if your riding a mass road plated dual sport do you need a nh off road sticker to ride off road. 

Thanks 

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Just now, Bargeman said:

Question if your riding a mass road plated dual sport do you need a nh off road sticker to ride off road. 

Thanks 

 It's unfortunate, but NH requires you to register street legal dirtbikes for off-road

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