What is an off-highway vehicle?
An off-highway vehicle (OHV) is a vehicle designed and generally used for recreational purposes in places regular vehicles cannot go. ATVs are a common type of OHV.
- Dirt bikes (unless inspected and approved by the Florence Police Department)
- Vehicles used on, over, or in water (i.e. boats)
- Military vehicles
- Golf carts
- Vehicles designed/used to carry individuals with disabilities
- Vehicles designed/used specifically for agricultural, logging, or mining purposes
See C.R.S. § 33-14.5-101 for additional information.