California Legislation to Extend Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Program Approved by Legislature; Moves to Governor
 

DON’T DELAY!  Please Contact Governor Jerry Brown Immediately to Request Support for S.B. 159 and S.B. 249 by emailing now:

You may use the following points in your message:

  • California’s Off Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) program was established in 1971.  California OHV user taxes and fees directly fund OHV management and facility maintenance.  This self-sustaining program doesn’t require general fund taxes.The OHMVR program provides funds to local, state and federal agencies, educational institutions and nonprofit entities for OHV management on both federal and state lands.
     
  • The OHMVR program provides funds to local, state and federal agencies, educational institutions and nonprofit entities for OHV management on both federal and state lands.

  • OHV use contributes an estimated $20 billion to the California economy and provides high-quality sustainable recreation to nearly 6 million OHV enthusiasts.
     
  • S.B. 159 and S.B. 249 will reauthorize the OHMVR program indefinitely.
     
  • S.B. 159 and S.B. 249 will help protect a program that has been identified worldwide as a successful model for OHV management that supports local economies and benefits conservation and our natural resources.

Overview: Legislation (S.B. 159 and S.B. 249) has been passed by California’s State Assembly and Senate to permanently reauthorize California’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) program.
 


 
 

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