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This may be a stupid question but, Can 3 wheelers still be used in canada. can I take one over there to mitchels bay and use it for fishing. I know you probably can but just wanted to make sure there wasnt somekink of law, sometimes they got some weird ones over there.
 

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Also name and adress on any bucket, insurance has to say its good in Canada. So many laws to trap us I will stay away for now.
 

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thanks fellas, didnt know ya needed insurance. that kinda sucks. who the heck carries insurance on a 20 year old 3 wheeler.
 

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That name on bucket,, is a myth.... Says so in the 2004 regs.

Every offroad vehicle must be insured over here,, liability will work,, of course its the expensive one! There is no one in Ontario that will insure a 3-wheeler, no one!
 

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Operation of motorized vehicles must comply with the provisions of the Highway Traffic Act, the Motorized Snow Vehicle Act and the Off Road Vehicle Act, and the following regulations when operating on Forest property:

Motorized vehicles must be registered with the Ministry of Transportation and display licence plates as issued by a motor vehicle licence office.

Motorized vehicles must be covered by liability insurance. The driver of the vehicle must carry proof of insurance.

The Off-Road Vehicle act states that off-road vehicles may not be driven along a highway which includes, but is not limited to, all maintained municipal roads.

Operators of off-road vehicles require the permission of land owners to ride on all trails on private land including those shown as snowmobile trails on the forest map.

Motorized vehicles are to use only existing trails.

Motorized snow vehicles must not exceed 50 km. per hour. Other motorized vehicles must not exceed 40 km. per hour.

Motorcycles and off-road vehicles (any two or more wheeled vehicle designed primarily for recreational use) must comply with noise limits and standards as set by the Canadian Motorcycle Association.
 
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