Confusion around where off-highway vehicles can be legally driven led to a new bill being signed by Colorado Governor Jared Polis on May 7, 2021.
According to the bill, off-highway vehicles are banned on all public streets and highways in Colorado with a few limited exceptions. The ban applies regardless of where the vehicle is registered or titled, including vehicles like ATVs, four wheelers, side-by-sides, and more.
The goal of the bill, as stated, is to make roads around Colorado safer for everyone.
Limited exceptions apply to a few mountain towns and counties around the state. Read more about those specific exceptions here.