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TRAIL PERMITS, LICENSING & INSURANCE


Snowmobile Trail Permit Info

Click here to review how to purchase a Seasonal or Classic Snowmobile Permit

3 and 7 day permits are now available for purchase online.

Trail Permits are required by law in Ontario.

Types of Permits

Seasonal Trail Permit - $270.00. Can be purchased online or contact member club, association or district.
  1. The Seasonal Permit expires May 31st.

  2. Please review the option for OFSC member benefits when buying this permit.

  3. Locate your district and/or local club in the district locator. The district can then provide you with club permit contact.


Classic Permit - $170.00. Can be purchased online or contact member club, association or district.
  1. The Classic Permit allows trail access for the full season and can be purchased online, from an OFSC district office or other designated location.

  2. The permit expires May 31st.

  3. The permit is valid only in the province of Ontario when affixed to the MTO registered, 15-year or older motorized snowmobile for which it was purchased as identified in the MTO permit application.

  4. Sign up for OFSC member benefits when buying this permit.

  5. Find location information here.


7 Day Permit - $140.00. Can be purchased online after December or contact member club, association or district.
  1. The 7-Day Trail Permit can be purchased online and/or from any OFSC member clubs or associations.

  2. This permit offers the same access to open OFSC Prescribed Trails; it expires seven days after being issued. The full 7 days start the next day if the permit is purchased after 4 PM.

  3. Locate your local club in the district locator. The district can then provide you with club permit contact.


3 Day Permit - $75.00. Can be purchased online after December or contact member club, association or district.
  1. The 3-Day Trail Permit may be purchased online or contact member club, association or district.

  2. This permit offers the same access to open OFSC Prescribed Trails; it expires three days after being issued. The full 3 days start the next day if the permit is purchased after 4 PM.

  3. Locate your local club in the district locator. The district can then provide you with club permit contact.


 

Licensing
You need a valid Driver's License or Snow Vehicle Operator's Permit to legally drive a snowmobile in Ontario. Ontario honours Driver's Licences issued by other jurisdictions. Under the authority of the Motorized Snow Vehicle Act, The Minister of Transportation has authorized the OFSC as an agent to issue snow vehicle operator's licenses. For more details on obtaining a snowmobile license, visit the OFSC Driver Training Program.

 

Insurance
In order to ride Ontario's trails, you must have liability insurance for your sled and carry the pink slip with you.



Useful Links

Snowmobilers and the LawSnowmobilers and the Law
Motorized Snow Vehicle ActMotorized Snow Vehicle Act


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