Off Highway Vehicles
Discuss OHV Safety with your family
Bylaw and Provincial Law Guidelines
- OHV’s must be licensed and insured with Alberta Registries, much in the same way as your car/truck,
- Minimum age to operate an OHV alone is 14 years and hold a valid Class 7 Operators License,
- OHV’s are prohibited on environmental reserves, school property, parks and any land marked with signage,
- OHV’s must travel on the right hand side of the road and yield to other vehicle traffic and travel at a maximum speed of 30 km/h,
- OHV operators are only allowed to drive to and from the Iron Horse Trail using back alleys or the most direct route,
- Only Iron Horse Trail users are permitted to drive off the trail for gasoline, food or lodging purposes,
- OHV’s are only permitted to be operated between the hours of 8:00 am to 11:00 pm,
- OHV’s are subject to the same rules of the road as cars and trucks.
Respect Other Residents
OHV operators who are caught in contravention with municipal regulations, are committing an offence and will, as a result, be penalized accordingly. Under the Town of St. Paul’s bylaw, offenders will be fined $100.00 for a first offence, $250.00 for a second offence and $500.00 for all subsequent offences.