DNR Transactions

 


ATV  Boat  Snowmobile 

  

We offer registration, transfers, renewals and duplicates on all of the above types of transactions.

*Customers who wish to renew a recreational vehicle registration that is not registered to them and they do not at the time of the visit possess the renewal card will need to provide a Consent to Release Private Data for Recreational Vehicle Form. This form needs to be accompanied by either a) Legible copy of registered owners state issued driver's license or id in addition to their signature or b) Signed by the registered owner and notoraized. Spouses must also fill out the form if they do not possess the renewal card. Click on Forms and then DNR and you will have the proper form to print.


ATV’s

ATV Class 1:
All-Terrain vehicles(ATV) are motorized flotation-tired vehicles with 3 to 6 low pressure tires, an engine displacement of less than 960 cubic centimeters and a total dry weight of less than 1000 pounds.


ATV Class 2:
All-terrain vehicles (ATV) are motorized flotation tired vehicles with 3-6 low pressure tires, an engine displacement of less than 960 cubic centimeters and a total dry weight or 1000 to 1800 pounds.

To obtain an ATV license and registration, the owner must provide:

  • ATV Make
  • ATV Model
  • ATV Year
  • ATV serial number
  • ATV Engine Size
  • ATV dry weight
  • ATV width
  • Applicant’s drivers license

ATV’s are not titled - to transfer we need the Minnesota Registration number and name of the person it was purchased from and a signed bill of sale. An ATV license is valid for three years.


ORV
Off-Road Vehicles (ORV’s) are motorized recreational vehicles capable of cross-country travel on natural terrain.

 

For detailed information, visit:
www.dnr.state.mn.us/ohv/index.html

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BOATS

Watercraft (boats, jet skis, canoes, etc)

To obtain a watercraft license and registration, the owner must provide:

  • Watercraft make
  • Watercraft model
  • Watercraft year
  • Watercraft Serial number (Hull number)
  • Hull material
  • Watercraft Length
  • Motor Size
  • Applicants driver’s license

Some watercraft are titled, in order to be titled a watercraft would be more than 16’ in length and manufactured after 1979, or have a loan with a bank. If a watercraft is titled the title must be presented in order to transfer it. If it is a non-titled boat we will need a signed bill of sale.

  • A watercraft license is valid for 3 years
  • You must be 18 years of age to have a boat registered in your name

For detailed information, visit:

www.dnr.state.mn.us/boating.html

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SNOWMOBILE

To obtain a snowmobile license and registration, the owner must provide:

  • Snowmobile make
  • Snowmobile model
  • Snowmobile year
  • Snowmobile serial number
  • Snowmobile engine size
  • Applicants driver’s license

To transfer a snowmobile into your name that is already registered you need to provide:

  • MN registration number on the side of the snowmobile
  • Name of the person you are transferring out of and a signed bill of sale.

To renew your snowmobile the owner must provide:

  • MN registration number
  • Applicants drivers license

*ATTENTION: Trail permits are now included in the cost of a snowmobile license. If you do not wish to have the trail cost included inyour registration you will have to indicate that at the time of renewal. Your registration numbers will then change.

* You must be 18 years of age to have a snowmobile registered in your name

 

For detailed information, visit the DNR website at:
www.dnr.state.mn.us/snowmobiling/index.html

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