Use of the above downloadable versions of the FP-14 is encouraged; however, FLH customers may obtain a paper copy of the FP from their Contracting Officer. A single paper copy can also be obtained from the Research & Technology Product Distribution Center (RTPDC) by e-mail email@example.com, phone 814-239-1160, or fax 814-239-2156.
These forms require Adobe Acrobat Reader or Microsoft Word or otherwise noted. To be able to use the fill-able PDFs we recommend you download the current Acrobat Reader, the fill-able forms may have problems with earlier versions. To get Acrobat Reader for free This will take you to Adobe's website.
Off-highway vehicles are used for many different reasons in Montana, including recreation. OHV use is increasingly popular and can significantly impact the economics of our state. Riders of all ages, abilities, and even those with disabilities can enjoy the iconic scenery and health benefits inherent in outdoor recreation.
If you wish to ride your OHV on paved highways, it must be street legal and have a license plate. The license plate must be attached to the rear of your OHV. These registrations are permanent, until the OHV transfers ownership, at which time a new registration must be obtained by the new owner.
OHVs must be street legal to be ridden on roads. To be street legal, vehicles must be registered for on-highway (paved roads only) use. These vehicles must have specific equipment (functioning headlamp, stop lamp, brakes, electric horn, rearview mirror, exhaust muffler, and spark arrestor) and a license plate on the rear of the machine. (MCA 61-3-301)
An OHV operator accepts all legal responsibility for injury or damage of any kind to the extent that the injury or damage results from risks inherent in the sport of off-highway vehicle use. Operators must regulate their personal conduct at all times so that injury to self or other persons or property is avoided.
The RP-5217-PDF is a web-based downloadable, barcoded, pdf document. (It replaces the RP-5217 four-part paper carbonless form.) Form preparers will enter the appropriate information into the form and should save the document to their PC until the transfer has been completed and the deed filed with the County Clerk.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 984: Breaking Barriers: Alternative Approaches to Avoiding and Reducing Highway Traffic Noise Impacts presents the results of a review of innovative strategies to avoid and/or reduce highway noise impacts. A practitioner's handbook to identify which of these innovative strategies may be appropriate for a highway project is also included. 2b1af7f3a8