The Maine snowmobile trail system operates on a sled registration
system. There is no trail
pass required, but all Maine residents and non-residents must register
their sleds in Maine to
ride in Maine.
Resident Registration is $35 (one year commencing from July 1).
Non-residents have three options - a 3 consecutive day registration
is $43; 10 consecutive days is $58 and a full season is $88. (Plus
an agent's processing fee of $1-$2 Non-resident registrations note
the dates for
which they are valid.
You can register at numerous agent locations throughout the state
- a list of registration agents is
available at www.maine.gov/ifw/atv_snowmobile_watercraft/nonres_agents.htm
You can also register through the mail or you can purchase a
resident renewal or non-resident season registration on-line at the
of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife web site .
For more information call 207-287-8000 or https://www10.informe.org/ifw/atv-snow/
All snowmobiles, not legally registered in another state or province
must be registered in Vermont. If you are already registered in
your home state or province, you do not need to
re-register in Vermont, but you must join a local club and purchase
a VAST TMA (see below).
$15 for a Vermont Resident and $22 for a Non-Vermont Resident.
Price subject to change without notice. For a list of Vermont State
Registration Agents go to www.vtvast.org/VT-Snowmobiling/VTS-RegistrationAgents.html
A TMA (Trail Maintenance Assessment/Trail Pass) must be purchased
from a club and displayed according to Vermont law. TMA’s
can only be purchased from a club’s membership chairperson
and many local businesses. There are several different TMA’s
offered, for current prices go to www.vtvast.org/About-VAST/TMAinfo/TMA-Pricing.html
All individuals operating a snowmobile in Vermont on the statewide
system, shall have a liability insurance policy or bond in the amounts
of at least $25,000 for one person and $50,000 for two or more persons
killed or injured and $10,000 for damages to property in any one
accident. Persons caught operating a snowmobile without the required
liability coverage are subject to large fines.