Registration of ATVs to be Required in New Jersey
One day before leaving office, Gov. Jon S. Corzine signed a bill that requires registration for off-road vehicles.
But advocates for riders say they succeeded in winning a condition that the penalties in the law won't take effect before the state designates at least one public riding area.
The legislation requires off-road vehicles to be registered, have license plates and be insured like automobiles. It set greater penalties for illegal riding on public land or on private property without landowners' permission.