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    out of state 4 wheeler?

    What kind of hoops will i jump through to bring my registered 4 wheeler to wyoming?thanks larry

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    You will need to get a tag. You can get it in advance. Information on the Wy G & F website. Pretty simple, you can do it all online, cost as I remember was $15 the last time I did it in 2012.

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    Is it registered, as in licensed?

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    2014 Annual ORV Permit-Non-Resident
    For Residents of States other than Wyoming - The annual non-resident permit allows access to off-road vehicle trails for the entire calendar year. Permits are issued to a specific vehicle identified by License VIN number at the time of purchase and the sticker must be affixed to that vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    2014 Annual ORV Permit-Non-Resident
    For Residents of States other than Wyoming - The annual non-resident permit allows access to off-road vehicle trails for the entire calendar year. Permits are issued to a specific vehicle identified by License VIN number at the time of purchase and the sticker must be affixed to that vehicle.
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    I would get one online as noted before you come out. Sometimes the local places run out during hunting season.

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ID:	10075I just received mine the other day. $18. $15 + $3 shipping and handling. Just a little confused on where to display it. The tag says it must be displayed on the front left to be valid. The peel off portion of the tag says it must be displayed and clearly visible on the front or the left exterior to be valid. Does anyone know which it is?

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    I would go with front left... seems to satisfy both.

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    You will need the VIN # from your machine. I didn't know ATVs had them, but I found this out last year in WY. If you can buy it online, I would X2 that recommendation. One less thing to worry about.

    Good Luck on your hunt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    I would go with front left... seems to satisfy both.
    That's where I put mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaHunter View Post
    You will need the VIN # from your machine. I didn't know ATVs had them, but I found this out last year in WY.
    I found this out 2 years ago. I had mounted my winch over the vin sticker and even took the winch off but couldnt read it. I went to an atv shop to ask where the vin would be stamped since I couldnt find it and they just used the model # and gave me a sticker without the vin. I figured out later I had also cut off the bracket the vin is on when I mounted the winch.... I have since restamped it on the frame under the seat.

    You can get the sticker at any ATV shop, walmart, and even some gas stations. They are not hard to find but I would be sure to have the vin with you.
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