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Can Off Highway Vehicles be ridden on public roadways?
NO. Colorado Revised Statute 33-14.5-108 states in part:

Off highway vehicles may not be operated upon any public streets, roads, or highways except in the following circumstances: when designated for that specific use by the appropriate government agency, while crossing a roadway, railroad tracks, bridge or culvert, or for agricultural purposes.

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1. Are Off Highway Vehicles required to be registered?
2. Can Off Highway Vehicles be ridden on public roadways?
3. Can Off Highway Vehicles be ridden in parks or lake areas?
4. Can a parent give permission to a child to ride an Off Highway Vehicle in a park, field or recreational area?
5. Can I ride my Off Highway Vehicle on my own property?