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An ATV or UTV operated on a public trail or corridor needs to display valid Wisconsin Public Use registration or needs to display a valid Nonresident ATV or UTV Trail Pass.
Nonresident customers choosing to register their ATV in Wisconsin will be liable to the Department of Revenue for sales tax on the purchase of the machine.
Certain ATVs that do not currently fit the ATV definition may be registered as UTVs, such as ATVs over 900 pounds. "Utility-terrain vehicle" means a commercially designed and manufactured motor-driven device that is not a golf cart, low-speed vehicle, dune buggy, mini-truck, or tracked vehicle, that is designed to be used primarily off highway, and originally manufactured and equipped with all of the following: a weight, without fluids, of less than 2,000 pounds; four or more low-pressure tires or non-pneumatic tires; steering wheel; tail light; brake light; two headlights; width of not more than 65 inches; seat belts; and roll bar or similar device designed to reduce the likelihood that an occupant would be crushed as the result of a rollover. All ATVs or UTVs are required to be registered in Wisconsin.
Public use registration allows operation on any areas open to public riding, frozen surface of any waterways and on private property with landowner permission.
, a .00 late fee will be assessed to public use registrations that are renewed after the expiration date.
The late fee will not be assessed if the renewal is included with application to transfer the ownership of the vehicle.
Attention customers Customers may operate while carrying their temporary operating receipt.
Other information you may need: ATVs and UTVs operating within the state need to be registered as public use, private use, or exempt from registration.
Exceptions to the requirement to register a recreational vessel include: New boats do not have a title issued until they are registered.